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- 1000-watt microwave drawer oven with 1-1/5-cubic-foot interior
- Opens automatically with pull/push of towel-bar handle or press of a button
- Auto-Touch control panel; digital LCD display; kitchen clock and timer; 11 power levels
- Sensor Cook; Short Cut options; auto defrost; concealed louvers for a sleek look
- Measures 26-1/5 by 24 by 15-2/5 inches; 1-year limited warranty
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This item: Sharp KB-6524PS 24-Inch Microwave Drawer Oven, Stainless
|Price||See price in cart||See price in cart||$1,254.10||$995.00|
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|Color||Stainless||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||Steel-Stainless|
|Dimensions||26.19 inches x 23.88 inches x 15.4 inches||15.41 inches x 26.19 inches x 23.88 inches||16.31 inches x 23.87 inches x 23.37 inches||15.63 inches x 24.63 inches x 30 inches|
|Item Package Weight||98 pounds||86.75 pounds||90 pounds||121 pounds|
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Top Customer Reviews
We have had four service calls in less than a year. Three were when the motorized drawer open/close mechanism failed and had to be repaired. The fourth call I'll describe shortly.
This microwave does not have turntable, but does have a internal "stirrer" (can't see it; it's a perforated disk that rotates behind the inside top panel) meant to distribute the energy and provide even cooking. Despite this it still cooks unevenly. We purchased an after-market wind-up turntable (Micro-Go-Round; about $25; works fine) to use when we need to heat something evenly (vs. heating water, etc.). The fourth service call was when this "stirrer" began rubbing against the top interior of the oven. For some reason it caused a fairly significant arc, burned a hole in the top interior, and sprayed a few bits of molten metal inside the oven.
A $700+ microwave should be as reliable and perform its basic function (heating/cooking food reliably and evenly) at least as well as a $150 one. Sadly, this one does not. Despite its failings we still love the drawer design. However, Sharp needs get its quality control act together and correct the design failings of this product. I'm about to (grudgingly) buy an extended warranty, as I have no confidence we won't continue to have problems with this product.
We have owned the white version of this microwave for just over three years. Within the first 3 months of installation, the drawer quit working. The drawer is actuated by a rack and pinion gear set. The pinion gear started spinning on the drive motor shaft and so the drawer would not open and close except manually. We had to remove the unit and drive 30 miles to the nearest "authorized" service center so it could be fixed. The technician had to glue the pinion to the motor shaft to fix it. Whatever he used for glue must have worked because that problem was solved.
Next problem... During cooking some food, we noticed a loud crackling/arching sound and corresponding flashes coming from inside the microwave. It smelled like burning metal and plastic as well. When I inspected to find out what it was, I realized that there is a cover inside the microwave that is designed to help distribute the microwaves evenly, with the help of an aluminum "stirrer" reflector/antenna above it. The "stirrer" had stopped rotating as it is supposed to do, and it was arching on the cover. I had to remove the cover to get it to stop.
We continued to use the microwave anyway because, quite frankly I didn't want to deal with another problem. Finally, during our Thanksgiving holiday dinner preparation, we heard a loud buzzing noise coming from the unit. It was no longer heating at all.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is a very nice and convenient design. Which is why I bought it. My low rating is because of the poor service. It cost a lot and some part was spoilt within 2. Read morePublished 25 days ago by SSinha
Well our story starts when we built a new house and had a space created in our island for the microwave drawer. After using the microwave for 3 short months it caught on fire. Read morePublished 28 days ago by Chris
Read all the reviews and apparently I am not in a small group of consumers experiencing problems with this microwave drawer after a few years of usage. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Big Bang Physicist
Please look at the common trend in the reviews by people who have had it for over 2 years. This microwave looks great and works well initially but stops working after 2-3 yrs of... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Broke down 5 months after purchasing , thank goodness it was still under warranty
Now after 2 yrs has broken down twice within 5 months and each service... Read more