Sharp KB-6524PS 24-Inch Microwave Drawer Oven, Stainless steel
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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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Sharp KB-6524PS Stainless 24-inch Microwave Drawer. For more than thirty years, Sharp has been the name to trust for cooking innovations like the Carousel microwave turntable. Sharp recently introduced the award-winning Insight Range with the world's first Microwave Drawer Oven. Now Sharp blends style and convenience in a remarkably versatile stand-alone product: the Insight Pro Microwave Drawer Oven. It¿s the most innovative idea yet for where to put the microwave.
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UPDATE: When we went to pick up the microwave from the authorized repair shop, I asked to the electronics technician to explain to me what had gone wrong. He said the stirrer motor, antenna assembly (including clip and cover) all needed replacement, as mentioned in Trina's comments. HOWEVER, he also told me that Sharp had put a bulletin out about this problem to its authorized repair shops. So not only does Sharp know about this problem and is not covering it under warranty, but it is leaving a known safety problem out in the marketplace. I will be filing a complaint with the Consumer Product Safety Bureau.
UPDATE 2: 3 months and a few days after the repair mention above, which cost $200, the same problem started all over again. This time with smoke coming out of the top and back of the microwave. The authorized repairer said we would have to pay again to have it diagnosed and fixed since it was out of the 90 day warranty period. We had a choice - spend another $200 or more on this piece of junk, or take it to the dump and get a new microwave. We chose the second option - who knows how many times this would have to be fixed. And frankly it is just dangerous for us and our pets. We chose a countertop microwave from a different vendor which does not have any of the questionable "stirrer" technology that is in the Sharp model. It fits nicely into the area where the Sharp was. We are very happy with it so far. . As for the Sharp - a 3 year old expensive Sharp microwave drawer will be taken to the county dump with a prominent sign taped to it: "DO NOT USE - FIRE HAZARD".
I really loved the idea of the microwave in a drawer and not over the oven or on the counter top. We have been using it for 7 months now and I am happy with it so far except for one flaw. The laminating over the control buttons seem to be made very cheaply. After only about 4 months of use it started to come lose over the buttons that are most frequently used. The "open" button is very bad and there is no other option to open the drawer. For the price surely the quality could be better.