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Cuisinart Stainless Steel Microwave
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Cuisinart Stainless Steel Microwave
This stainless steel microwave packs a punch with 1,000 watts of power to quickly cook, reheat, or defrost and more! This microwave oven has a brushed stainless steel exterior for excellent looks to match its performance. This is a 1 cubic foot model and features a nonporous interior that will not soak in odors, food particles, or moisture thanks to the beautiful stainless steel lining. Cuisinart designed this oven with 25 preprogrammed settings and 10 different power levels to achieve the perfect cooking results every time. This stainless steel microwave can also be programmed to have a two stage cooking process, such as 10 minutes on defrost followed by 5 minutes of cooking. Other highlights on this oven are the chrome handle, stainless steel embossed Cuisinart logo, dark-tinted glass window, and of course the stainless steel finish. Cuisinart backs this oven with a 3 year warranty and sends an instruction manual/recipe booklet for ne microwave cooking ideas.
Cuisinart Stainless Steel Microwave Product Features:
- 1000-watt stainless-steel microwave oven with 1-cubic-foot interior
- Touchpad controls with LCD; 25 preprogrammed settings; 10 power levels
- 8 presets each with serving-size options; 2-stage cooking operation
- 2 defrost functions; 12-inch glass turntable; instructions and recipes included
- BPA free
- 3-year limited warranty
Cuisinart Stainless Steel Microwave Technical Data:
- Power output: 1000 watts
- Inside capacity: 1 cubic foot
- Auto defrost/time defrost: Yes
- Power levels: 10
- Color: Black and Stainless
- Exterior material: Stainless steel
- Interior material: Stainless steel
- Manufacturer: Cuisinart
- Programmed settings: 25
- Timer: Yes
- Child lockout: Yes
- Turntable: Yes
- Turntable diameter: 12 inches
- One-touch cooking categories: Yes
- Popcorn key: Yes
- Defrost: Yes
- Product: 3-year limited warranty
- Included accessories: Instruction and recipe book
Dimensions: 20.50" x 17.50" x 12.80" (L x W x H)
Shipping Weight: 33.5lbs
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Last Cuisinart Product I Will Ever Buy Review by SAW101
For the past 3 years I have been the owner of this Cuisinart Microwave. And for the most part was quite content with it's basic features & the quickness to heat up that cup of java, leftover item or nuke a bag of corn. The impermeable stainless interior stays odor free & is a snap to keep clean. At least I was happy until it broke down.
Now generally when it comes to microwave ovens the most common failures are either a blown fuse, in which case nothing at all comes on or it's one of the door switches, 3 in this oven. If a switch fails the lights come on but you're still left with no ability to run the thing. The door switches job is to prevent the microwave from operating when the door is open. When my oven lit up but failed to start I suspected a switch. Switches & fuses are easy to test, with a simple ohm meter, once you've gained access to the innards. Like other Do It Your Selfers I was not intimidated. Note: Lots of How To videos on YouTube.
Of course, Cuisinart attempts to foil your removing the cabinet by the use of 2 stupid tamper resistant Torx screws at bottom left & right. No problem, I have those driver tips in my toolkit. After removal, I checked the fuse first, located at top rear where the power plug enters, even though I suspected it was good. It was. Next tested the 3 switches. Two working, one not. Eureka!
OK, get online with Cuisinart to check on part availability. Nothing to be found. Alright, lets give them a quick call. From that point on it slid quickly down a greased pole. I'm trying to be polite here mind you. The rep told me that they do not have parts for my microwave but I could ship it to them & they would repair it. How is that possible I ask if you haven't parts for it? [Parts it seems, are available only for official repair personnel.] Well, I ask, what if I take it to my local trusted appliance repair? No, she says, they won't be able to get parts either. You mean to tell me I have to pay for shipping to, from, & also your [most likely outrageous] repair charges?? Totally unacceptable I stated & then made it colorfully clear to the rep that I would never again purchase any product with the name Cuisinart on it. And I won't. Hopefully she will pass that along upstairs but somehow I doubt it.
Googling afterwards for parts [zero results] confirmed that Cuisinart really does have the parts monopoly. Now, I'm not one to wave the white flag just yet. Next stop, eBay. There, with little effort, I found my exact switch for less than a 10 spot. If you search eBay, keep the search general. You won't find anything parts wise if Cuisinart is part of your search.
A few days later I receive the switch, test it first, install & now everything is moving along like clockwork. Oh yeah, I also replaced those obnoxious foul language generating Torx screws with standard Phillips head.
As far as microwaves go, it's basically a good product. Sadly though it's now forever on my DO NOT PURCHASE list of products due to Cuisinart's extremely poor & pathetic customer support & non availability of parts. A product is only as good as its customer support. Therefore, I DON'T RECOMMEND a purchase. Shame on you Cuisinart. Buyer Beware. Less so if you're a handy DIY & not intimidated by basic appliances. It's not rocket science people. (Posted on 9/7/15)
Would you recommend this product to a friend? Never!
- Additional Information
Product Manual Name Cuisinart Stainless Steel Microwave Color Silver Material Stainless Steel Type Microwave Ovens Home or Commercial Home Brands Cuisinart Voltage (volts) 120 Wattage 1000 Manufacturer's Warranty 3 Year Limited Manufacturer Warranty Wattage Range 1000 - 1499 Weight (in Lbs) 36.0000