Sharp R-930CS 1-1/2-Cubic Feet 900-Watt Convection Microwave, Stainless
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|Capacity||2 Cubic Feet|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||24.6 x 19 x 14.9 inches|
|Item Weight||60 Pounds|
|Energy Consumption||900 Watts|
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- 900-watt convection microwave oven with 1.5 cu. ft. capacity
- 4-way convection system: browns, bakes, broils and crisps
- Programmable 4 stage cooking with 10 variable power levels
- 15.4 inch turntable and 2 stainless steel racks
- CompuBroil, CompuRoast, CompuBake and CompuDefrost
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|Sold By||—||Everything 4 the home||BeachAudio||Amazon.com|
|Color||Stainless||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel / Silver||Black Stainless Steel|
|Item Dimensions||24.6 x 19 x 14.9 inches||18 x 28 x 22 inches||19.44 x 23.88 x 14 inches||17.14 x 20.51 x 12.83 inches|
|Item Weight||60.00 lbs||60.00 lbs||37.00 lbs||34.60 lbs|
|Material||metal, Glass||Glass||Aluminum||Stainless Steel|
|Wattage||900.00||900.0 watts||1250 watts||1100 watts|
The Sharp R930CS 1.5 cu. ft. 900W convection microwave oven, in stainless steel, incorporates Sharp's advanced Interactive Cooking System with Custom Help key for easy-to-follow cooking and programming instructions. The 4-way convection system browns, bakes, broils, and crisps. The smart and easy sensor automatically determines cooking/reheating times and selects proper power levels. Additional features include 11 variable power levels, reheat sensor, and popcorn sensor.
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However when it arrived it was not new, the door was taped shut inside the box which had been opened before. The fins were all bent so it looked like an old model that had been returned in scratch and dent condition. The door wont stay shut and the microwave wont work so it has to go back.
We decided to try again so have returned it and will re-buy to see if we can get a new factory sealed one so will update the review when that happens in the next few days. Overall a bit let down since this is not cheap but amazon was great in the return process so yey for customer service.
** UPDATE** so second one was broken and damaged as well...very disappointed. It looks like its repackages scratch and dent stuff that they are selling as new so that's not ok with me when i specified that I wanted a factory sealed box to give as a gift. Returning it for a second time and going to Target to get a new one instead.
It went into the repair shop recommended by Sharp on 2/13/13. As of 3/13/13 the technician is still dealing with Sharp to try and get a solution. That's a month. According to a discussion with the technician Sharp is very slow to respond when he asks questions or they send parts. So far he has replaced, at their direction, several parts, one at a time as they decide to send those parts to him. Recently they asked him to take readings on the heating elements which he did and sent them the results which were all in the parameters of the spec. sheet. After another delay they decided to send replacement elements which have yet to arrive. The technician has talked to other service facilities and they indicate this problem is usually in the control board but Sharp refuses to send him that part until they try all of these other fixes.
I figured out the intermittent problem I was having: an overheated socket on the in-cabinet mounting adapter kit was cutting in and out. A bit later I had a door interlock switch malfunction and that was an easy cheap do-it-yourself repair. I'd still consider buying the same unit again despite the two little problems over fifteen years. If only they'd jack up the power to 1100W it might be considered perfect.
OK. The unit failed again but I am still happy enough with it that I BOUGHT ANOTHER ONE this month. Actually I have two of them now since I was able to repair the old one in perhaps a half-hour with a $6 switch. If anybody else wants to repair one of these and has enough knowledge to do so safely, I'd suggest that you check the 'secondary interlock' switch, the lowest and most easily-accessible one, since in two of my failures that was the culprit. BTW, the replacement was way cheaper than the original since I already had the built-in kit and it fits the newest version perfectly.