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GE JES1460DSWW 1.4 cu. ft. Countertop Microwave - White
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- Made in US
- 1100 Watt Cooking Power
- 10 Power Levels
- 7GE JES1460DSWW Sensor Cook Options
- Touch Controls
- Glass Turntable
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GE appliances provide up-to-date technology and exceptional quality to simplify the way you live. With a timeless appearance, this family of appliances is ideal for your family. And, coming from one of the most trusted names in America, you know that this entire selection of appliances is as advanced as it is practical. 1.4 cu. ft. capacity 1100-Watt (IEC-705 test procedure) Sensor cooking controls automatically adjusts time and power for delicious cooking results Weight and time defrost simply enter the weight of the food and the oven automatically sets the optimal defrosting time and power level or set your desired time for defrosting Turntable rotates food throughout the cooking cycle for even cooking results Instant on controls where cooking and reheating happens instantly at the touch of a button Control lockout provides peace of mind by locking the oven and preventing accidental activation Timer on/off so oven timer can be set to countdown a specific amount of minutes to help watch the time for you Power cord Length 36 in. Push button open White on white"
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A near deal-breaker for my household is the ability to TURN OFF BEEPING, and this microwave DOES NOT let you do that. Every single appliance made these days wants to beep at you, stressing their own importance. My household has noise sensitivity issues. About 5 years ago, microwaves started to appear that let you disable beeping if desired. Then for some reason, this feature has disappeared from so many makes and manufacturers. It is nearly IMPOSSIBLE to find a countertop model that lets you set this now. Luckily I'm a Controls Engineer so I'm no stranger to circuits and wiring and can take care of that, though I certainly prefer not to. Every microwave should let you decide if you want beeps, how many, how loud, and if you want reminder beeps too. Seriously, this isn't hard to program!! OK, </rant> </soapbox>. Despite all that, I did not have much choice but to buy a beeping model.
When thawing frozen items, it typically wants you to flip the item over during the process (depending on multiple factors). This causes more beeping and instead of seeing the time remaining, the display sticks on "TURN" wanting you to turn it over. I know this is recommended to thaw evenly, but I wish it could have been turned off.
Sadly this microwave died at the 7-month point. It works on occasion: it shuts off randomly yet the timer continues to countdown as if it is still operating. The internal light flickers all the time. It also grows so hot on the outside it can barely be touched when this happens. Something is shorting or grounding out, which is a huge safety concern. In shipping, a large dent happened on one of the back corners... the corner opposite of the electronics portion. I've been leery that a fall large enough to cause that, may have caused much more. It seemed to work fine at the time so I didn't bother with trying to return for damage. I guess lesson learned there. I personally will stick with store shopping for my larger appliances now when possible.
I replaced it with a Samsung with two button technology - push "potato," then push "start." Easy for me and my disabled family member has been able to learn to use it.
Ignore the former good review below.
Great microwave. We use the microwave mostly to heat up frozen meals and bake/nuke potatoes. The sensor cooking function cooks potatoes perfectly and heats frozen meals perfectly.
This microwave has one button controls - to nuke a potato, you just push the potato button. Super easy, which we need for a family member with a disability. Before I bought this, I bought a different microwave with "inverter" technology, which required multiple steps to nuke a potato, including turning the potato over midway through the cooking process. Way too complicated for me, and completely impossible for one member of our family.
I love the "add 30 seconds" button, which I prefer to the "add one minute button" on many other microwaves.
Re the comments in other reviews re the interior paint chipping: I had an earlier model of this microwave that lasted for 11 years and never had a problem with chipping paint. I don't know if this makes a difference, but I normally leave the microwave door open a bit after using it to let the moisture from cooking dissipate before I close the door.
My only criticism comes from a keypad which is a little hard to read. We keep our unit though in an under-counter cabinet. If it was on a counter top, there would be no issue.
It has adequate power, and heats food evenly and efficiently.