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Sharp 2.2 cu. ft. Stainless Steel Countertop Microwave

by Sharp

Price: $179.99 & FREE Shipping
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  • 5 Sensor Cook Programs - Frozen Entrée, Baked Potato, Fish/Seafood, Fresh Vegetables, Frozen Vegetables, Plus Sensor Reheat
  • 16" Removable Glass Carousel Turntable, Scratch Resistant Glass Door
  • Auto & Time Defrost, Clock/Timer, Multistage Cooking
  • Auto Cook - Beverage & Popcorn, +30 Second Key
  • 4 Soften Cooking Functions, Child Safety Lock
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Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 49.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B00EUH7C96
  • Average Customer Review: 1.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #414,045 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

When it comes to Countertop Microwaves Ovens, no one surpasses Sharp in technology, performance and design. With innovative features like superior sensor technology and the Carousel turntable system, it's easy to see why consumers throughout the world trust Sharp to deliver cooking products that benefit them everyday.

Customer Reviews

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After set-up, the model received worked for only two weeks.
Charlene E Greene
We also oiled the fan and put washers behind the screws in the housing because the screws had been stripped from the factory.
Aerowox
It would cook oatmeal until it boiled over, making a complete mess.
Jim Bob

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Jim Bob on April 4, 2014
This Sharp R-651ZM microwave oven is my 3rd Sharp since I bought our first back in the early 1980's, a microwave/convection oven that set us back all but $500.00, which was a LOT back then. It did last almost 20 years though. The second one didn't have the convection feature or the old twist dial to adjust the time, two things we missed immediately. The push button controls were more time consuming to set and were also the first thing to go bad. It got to the point where very few of them worked at all. It would have cost more to fix than replacing it with a new unit. It did last about 10 years until we couldn't live with the button problem anymore. I bought this stainless model at Sam's Club on Christmas Eve 2013. Just about 3 months later, it completely stopped working while something was being cooked. No warning except a strange sound it made (that only my wife could hear) while it was running. When it did work, the "sensor" cooking feature didn't "sense" much of anything. It would cook oatmeal until it boiled over, making a complete mess. That feature was useless. We were just getting the hang of the controls on this thing when it suddenly quit working.

I called the toll free number for the name of a local service center. After navigating their phone system and talking to at least 3 different people, I was told that the department that would take care of my request opened after 8:30 am. It was about 8:25 at the time. Not one of the people I talked to could give me the name of a service center in my area based on my address. I found that strange. I was told that someone would return my call after 8:30. At 4:00 PM, I called back because no one had called by then.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Charlene E Greene on December 17, 2013
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After set-up, the model received worked for only two weeks. Outlets and voltage were checked and were in good working order. The unit would not accept power.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By S. KWONG on November 26, 2013
I bought one from Sam's Club. After one week, its performance became intermitten and unreliable. Sometimes it worked; and sometimes it didn't work. I exchanged the unit for another one.
The second unit exhibited problem right away. The sensor reheat did not know when to stop when sensor-reheating a bowl of water. The water was boiling; and the microwave just kept going. I will return it and get my money back this time.
All in all, I am very disappointed with this Sharp microwave and its sensor reheat feature.
My experience is that Panasonic has a better sensor reheat technology than Sharp; except that Panasonic ones would fail within two years; not reliable at all.
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After 6 months, our Sharp microwave (model R651ZM) started vibrating loudly when in use. Upon removing the housing, we noticed that the nylon spacer around the fan had relaxed over time. When the fan slips, the microwave does not cool, which results in overheating. This causes the sensors that control the magnetron to shut off. The magnetron is what emits radio waves to heat food. That is why our frozen dinners were taking up to a minute longer to cook. Sensors are not designed to turn on and off excessively, which would have caused a premature death to this appliance, had it not been fixed. We put LOCTITE on the fan shaft and some into the hole of the fan itself. The fan is good and tight on the shaft now and the microwave works like a charm. We also oiled the fan and put washers behind the screws in the housing because the screws had been stripped from the factory.
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