Samsung ME18H704SFS 1.8 cu. ft. Over-the-Range Microwave Oven

December 31, 2014 - Comment

The Samsung ME18H704SFS 1.8 Cu. Ft. Over-the-Range Microwave, in stainless steel, combines 1000W of cooking power, a powerful 400 CFM ventilation system, and two-stage programmable cooking. The Sensor Cook features does the thinking for you, ensuring soup, leftover pasta, or frozen dinners end up cooked perfectly every time, while options like auto defrost and sensor

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The Samsung ME18H704SFS 1.8 Cu. Ft. Over-the-Range Microwave, in stainless steel, combines 1000W of cooking power, a powerful 400 CFM ventilation system, and two-stage programmable cooking. The Sensor Cook features does the thinking for you, ensuring soup, leftover pasta, or frozen dinners end up cooked perfectly every time, while options like auto defrost and sensor reheat are great for creating meals from scratch. The filter’s convenient, easy-to-access location makes it simple to eject with a single touch and helps you remember to clean the filter. Plus, this microwave is scratch-resistant and easy-to-clean; the durable ceramic interior provides a polished surface to wipe down and the exterior’s coating protects against scratches from everyday use. Additional helpful features include the clock with Daylight Savings adjustment, kitchen timer, child lock, and halogen cooktop lighting.

Product Features

  • 400 CFM Ventilation
  • 1000 Cooking Watts
  • 2-Stage Programmable Cooking
  • Sensor Cooking
  • Chrome Rack

Comments

GYPSY THE STEGOSAURUS "GS" says:

Nice microwave, easy (relatively) to install. Nice looking, lots of features. THE GOOD–nice looking, good power, has option to stop turntable, lots of power settings, removable shelf inside –for large flat dishes that wont fit on round plate,THE SO-SO: Its black inside, dark and not easy to see, especially if cooking something dark or in a dark dish. Would be nice to have LED lighting for stove vs incandescent–power savings- heat and longevity more important. Also, LED lighting for interior, although difficult/expensive to replace vs cheap bulb. But being black inside, its dark.THE BAD–minimal, has a very small few page instruction on how to use/what buttons do what. I have never bought a microwave that didn’t have a cookbook. Yes, they are a little useless and not used, but the extremes====going from a hardback color cookbook (montgomery ward microwave, lol–) to this–a 3 page folded paper on newsprint no less. I would think a DVD or at least other languages instruction, because all these buttons and programming can be a bit…

SJ says:

I bought this microwave and within three days an internal … 0

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