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Kenmore Elite  1.5 cu ft Over-the-Range Microwave

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Reg Price: $739.99
Savings: $390.00
$349.99
Reg Price: $739.99
Savings: $390.00
$349.99
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Specifications & Dimensions

Dimensions:
Depth (In.): 15.25
Depth with Door Open (in.): 37.562
Height (In.): 16.406
Interior Capacity: 1.5 cu. ft.
Interior Dimensions (HxWxD): 8.937 x 20.25 x 13.937
Shipping Depth (in.): 19.281
Shipping Height (in.): 20.062
Shipping Width (in.): 33.281
Weight (lbs.): 63.93
Width (in.): 29.875
Product Overview:
Accessories Included: Full-width rack, 1 round rack; Dishwasher-safe Grease Filters (2); Charcoal Odor Filter
Weight, Shipping: 69.45
Exterior Features: Electronic touch controls with large Blue LED display
Color:
Color Family: Stainless steel
General Features:
Power Cord Included: Yes
Microwave Configuration:
Child Lock: Yes
Clock: Yes
Convection Cooking: Yes
Exhaust Fan Air Flow (CFM): 300
Heating Type: Microwave/convection
Interior Light: Incandescent
Microwave Power Levels: 10
Rack: Yes
Sensor Cook: Yes
Turntable Diameter (In.): 13.593
Vent Location and Direction: vertical and horizontal
Venting: Vented
Microwave Settings:
Defrost: Yes
Delay Start: Yes
Extend Cook: 30 Seconds
Maximum Microwave Cooking Time (min.): 99.99
Multi-Setting Cook: Multi-staged cooking
Number of One-Touch Settings: 6
One-Touch Foods: Yes
Speed Cooking: Yes
Power Source:
Cord Length (ft.): 3.197
Wattage: 900
Wattage Range: 700 - 999 watts
Styling:
Door Release: Pull-to-open
Door Swing: Left
Certifications:
ADA Compliant: No
ANSI Certified: No
CSA Listed: No
ENERGY STAR Compliant: No
ETL Listed: No
NSF Certified: No
UL Safety Listing: Yes

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1.5 cu ft Over-the-Range Microwave

1.5 cu ft Over-the-Range Microwave

Added on May 24, 2013

 

Overall, others give this:

11 Reviews Write a review
5 Reviewers (45.0%) would recommend this to a friend.
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maxyboy
Jan 28 , 2014
Great microwave / no turntable option in convection
I am impressed with the microwave features, but my favorite is convection cooking. The problem with this unit is, the turntable cannot be stopped using the convection feature. The user manual says, if using a cake pan 9x13 turn off the turntable. It does not work. I had a technician from sears come to my home. He checked it out, made some phone calls and then told me that in the user manual it was a misprint per manufacture. YOU CANNOT STOP THE TURNTABLE IN CONVECTION MODE. This means I am limited to the size of pan/ dish I can use with convection because the three legged rack MUST BE USED ON THE GLASS TURNTABLE on convection settings. I do like everything else on this microwave, so it's a keeper. I just have to get bigger round dishes for the convection use. The option for turntable on / off works great for microwave use.
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vcthorpe
Jan 22 , 2014
poor programing of sensory cook/reheat & favorites
Bought a week ago and will be returning. Sensory cook/reheat don't allow you to edit how much food you have in the microwave. Ex, 1 or 2 servings. There is no sensory reheat option for "a plate of food" you have to reheat a casserole which is 7 mins. "Favorites" is preprogramed w/ reciepes from the back of the manual with no way to add your own. Low wattage means that it takes a long time to heat anything. I am extreamly disappointed and will be returning the item.
 

mykeb70

Naples, FL

Oct 9 , 2014
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Overall
Beautiful, but---

I'm sending it back. I couldn't keep my roast warm with convection feature. Turn table can't be turned off; no room for roast when rack in place. Microwave cooking very slow and not even. Nice underlight and fan!


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Oct 7 , 2014
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Elite design does not live up to expectations.

10/5/14 I purchased the Elite 8036 Over the range microwave in July 2014 as part of my complete kitchen remodel this past summer. Let me be clear.. I am NOT a cook. I use the microwave mostly to boil water for coffee... :). I bought it because I wanted to have a nice kitchen for a future owner if and when I decided to sell the house. I thought the idea of a combo convection and microwave was a good idea. I paired it with a Kenmore gas range (not Elite series). I even bought the 5 year service plan. Total cost with the plan and after all discounts was $586.10, which was a lot of money for a guy used to buying countertop microwaves. So, while this microwave does boil water, overall I am not impressed with it, especially since it is a member of the "top of the line" Elite series. Here are my gripes: 1. POWER: 950 watts of microwave power is low. My old tabletop micro was 1200 watts and was a fast cooker. 950 is just barely adequate. I understand that there a limit on total power consumption when using convection limits microwave power, but they could have designed a way to allow more microwave power when not also using the convection coil heater. 2. TURNTABLE: I picked this model over a less expensive convection unit because it had a turntable on/off button. But you CANNOT turn off the turntable in convection mode and the manual states firmly that you MUST leave the turntable in place AND use the metal rack when cooking with convection. And since the metal rack sits right in the middle of the oven, your available clearance for tall cookware is limited to just 4.5" on top and 4.0" on bottom. And of course, the turntable must be left in so if you use the bottom for convection cooking, the cookware must be able to rotate. This seriously diminishes the potential for convection cooking. 4. SENSOR COOKING: No setting for boiling water. See my first paragraph... 3. VENT FAN: The vent fan is LOUD and there is almost no discernible difference in noise or performance between the high speed and low speed. 4. BEEPS AND SOUND: ALL the buttons cause the unit to beep (if you have sound turned on). This includes the under unit light (two brightness levels) and the vent fan. Why does it need to beep when I turn on the light or the fan? I wish I could turn off the beeps for everything but the "cooking done" indicator. 5. CONVECTION HEAT LEVELS: In normal convection cooking, there are only 10 heat levels from 100 to 450. However, you cannot set the temp between 100 and 200 degrees. So if you want to cook or warm at 125, 150 or 175 you are out of luck. Also, the "Keep warm" feature is fixed at 170 degrees. I don't know about you, but 125 and 150 are temps that I have used on my old electric range from time to time. Why limit me this way? 6. INTERNAL OVEN LAMP: The internal lamp is rather dim. You kinda have to squint through the door to see what's going on. This lamp should be much brighter, and it would have been nice if it was LED.


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ziggy64

Monroe, CT

Oct 2 , 2014
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kenmore elite 1.5 cu ft Over-the-Range Microwave

This is a very powerful microwave. I haven't used the convection oven feature as of yet, so I can't honestly comment about it. But, if it's as good as the microwave, I'll be very happy with it, too. The only downside that I've found is the noise, but I'm sure that's caused by the size of the oven. I'm still very happy with it overall.


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Strickland1956

Winter Haven, FL

Sep 12 , 2014
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It works for heating water!

Thus far all I have used it for is to heat a cup of water every morning for my instant coffee.

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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Kitty-the-Great

Grapevine, TX

Aug 27 , 2014
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Dissappointed

Replaced an 18 year old microwave with this one. Does not pop popcorn as well as old one. Has a button for it, but technician said it required a microwave dish to hold it up higher. Not allowed to put popcorn in a paper bag and pop it for healthy popcorn. In its favor, it does seem to heat food evenly. I am a little concerned about keeping the cardboard clean that covers the microwaves' outlet.


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maxyboy

Tacoma, WA

Jan 28 , 2014
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Overall
Great microwave / no turntable option in convection

I am impressed with the microwave features, but my favorite is convection cooking. The problem with this unit is, the turntable cannot be stopped using the convection feature. The user manual says, if using a cake pan 9x13 turn off the turntable. It does not work. I had a technician from sears come to my home. He checked it out, made some phone calls and then told me that in the user manual it was a misprint per manufacture. YOU CANNOT STOP THE TURNTABLE IN CONVECTION MODE. This means I am limited to the size of pan/ dish I can use with convection because the three legged rack MUST BE USED ON THE GLASS TURNTABLE on convection settings. I do like everything else on this microwave, so it's a keeper. I just have to get bigger round dishes for the convection use. The option for turntable on / off works great for microwave use.

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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vcthorpe

Tracy, CA

Jan 22 , 2014
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poor programing of sensory cook/reheat & favorites

Bought a week ago and will be returning. Sensory cook/reheat don't allow you to edit how much food you have in the microwave. Ex, 1 or 2 servings. There is no sensory reheat option for "a plate of food" you have to reheat a casserole which is 7 mins. "Favorites" is preprogramed w/ reciepes from the back of the manual with no way to add your own. Low wattage means that it takes a long time to heat anything. I am extreamly disappointed and will be returning the item.


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Community_Member

Scotts Valley, CA

Jan 7 , 2014
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Overall
Good, but not great

Overall quite happy with this purchase. The noise level is good (i.e. low) for microwave operation, but I wish the vent/fan was less noisy considering the price of this unit. Also worth noting, during convection cooking, the vent/fan is turned on at the low setting to "protect" the oven. So if you're using the convection oven for any length of time, don't expect a quiet kitchen.

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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Dec 9 , 2013
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not powerfull

the microwave is only 950 watts the convection is a slow bake


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MrVaBeach

Virginia Beach, VA

Nov 2 , 2013
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Great Product

Kenmore Elite convection microwave cooks evenly and great... I love it.

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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