|Item Weight||66 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||16 x 30 x 17 inches|
|Item model number||PVM9179SFSS|
|Manufacturer Warranty||Free 10yr Warranty on Major Components|
GE PVM9179SFSS Profile 1.7 Cu. Ft. Stainless Steel Over-the-Range Microwave - Convection
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Since then, however, the temperature of the convection oven is still about 50 degrees low, just as it was before.
It is important to state, however, that the microwave oven is excellent.
Apparently there is some design problem with the convection oven
The oven works fine, however at 1100W I would think it would've cooked a lot faster than the 700W one it replaced.
For an oven as expensive as this one I would think the GE could sport a metal handle, as the plastic one feels like I'll break it If I pull down too hard on it.
On the negative side, the silver trim on the door does not align with the panel on the right. It is at least 1/4" off.
As a convection oven, it takes 20 mins to preheat to 450F on bake, a little faster at 15 mins on roast. This is a limitation of the single phase (115V) supply it uses. I've never used the combination microwave and convection oven feature, which may help do away with preheat times.
In summary, if you're using this primarily as a microwave and occasionally as an oven, it will serve you nicely. Time will tell if it is durable.
There is no permanent memory for settings. Even a momentary outage will reset everything back to default. Since I don't use the clock function, this does not matter very much.
The rotary knob allows time to be changed in 15 sec increments. During microwave operation, using the knob allows you to add/remove time in 5 sec increments.
Turntable rotation is once every 10 secs. Rotation continues for another 4 secs while the microwave turns off and beeps. That means your cup of hot water might end up with the handle turned away from you when done.
The beep volume at it's maximum setting is adequate. Not very loud, but certainly noticeable. This is the default setting.
If you're installing this yourself, be aware that the hardware for hanging this under the cabinets is designed for cabinet trim less than 3". You will need a 1/4"-28 (fine) threaded rod cut to fit (+ associated nuts and washers) for anything more. Fine thread is not available from big box hardware stores, so plan ahead.
Pay attention to where the template calls for wood block spacers. The oven top where the forward hangers screw into is thin gauge metal that will warp if hung without wood support. Also, for some reason, my installation caused the microwave to rise about 1/4" off the rear (wall mounted) hanger once the cabinet hangers are tightened. This will cause the microwave to tilt ever so slightly forward. No enough to make the door swing out by itself, but noticeable with a spirit level.
The microwave weights around 70lbs. Once the back bracket has been installed, and the necessary holes in the cabinet have been drilled, I would recommend a temporary support about 15-17" high over the stove to pre-position the oven prior to final install. This can be two boxes and a plank. It is possible for one person to install this once lifted and pre-positioned. It is also possible for one person to lift this from the floor to the pre-position. Possible, but having done it, I do not recommend it.
The temp support also helps when installing the forward hangers. From the support, lift the back of the oven onto the bracket, then push the front top of the oven to lift it up. Now install the forward hangers.
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