Warm, cook and defrost food in this GE over-the-range microwave. Convenient controls let you select the correct cooking mode with the press of a button. The 12.5-inch turntable of this 1.6-cubic-foot appliance sets to a stationary mode for direct heating. Use the 10 power levels of this stainless steel GE over-the-range microwave to cook a variety of dishes.
1000W for standard microwave cooking
Cook frozen meals in a snap, or heat coffee, soup and leftovers in no time.
Defrost settings offer versatility
Quickly thaw frozen items, choosing from automatic and time defrost.
A variety of cooking programs to fit your needs
Reheat, beverage, popcorn, potato, express cook, and more.
Large 12.5" turntable keeps food rotating
By turning food items as they are prepared, the turntable ensures even, thorough cooking.
510 cfm fan
Helps remove cooking odors from your kitchen.
Help simplify cooking selection.
Free delivery on appliance orders $399 and up
Over-the-range microwaves require special installation, which is not included with delivery. Call 1-888-BEST BUY (1-888-237-8289) to find out more and to purchase installation.
Great question! We appreciate your interest and we'd be more than happy to help. If you are referring to the charcoal filter in this microwave, it cannot be cleaned and has to be replaced. Instructions on how to do so can be found in the link below on page 19:
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A:AnswerHi - Yes, the microwave oven is designed for adaptation for the following three types of ventilation: Outside Exhaust (Vertical – Delivered from factory in vertical position). Outside Exhaust (Horizontal). Recirculating (Non-vented ductless). Keep in touch! SUE@GEA
We appreciate your interest in our microwaves! This model microwave can only be installed over a range. If you are seeking a model to be installed inside cabinetry in black, then check out model PEB7227DLBB. We'll provide the specs so you can view dimensions required. https://files.bbystatic.com/6Y3CcukvUw3Q%2BvRvdclByw%3D%3D/85DBFE08-EFD7-474C-A72C-81A9C080C7FD.pdf. Let us know if you have any questions. Mike@GEA
A:AnswerHi there, thank you for reaching out! Yes, this model can be installed using recirculating venting. The charcoal filter should come with your unit upon delivery. If you did not receive one, please feel free to send us an email or reach out to us on social media with your complete model and serial numbers so we can look into this for you. Directions for how to set your model to vent using recirculation can be found on pages 20-23 of your installation instructions. Stay safe. -Michael
A:AnswerHi TONYTURKEY12345 - Yes, all 30" over-the-range microwaves are approximately the same width, and are designed to fit into a 30" wide cabinet opening. Each microwave comes with the mounting hardware (mounting bracket, screws, exhaust adapter), top and rear templates, and installation instructions needed to make installation a simple process. This makes choosing a replacement microwave easy. Also, the microwave ovens are all designed for adaptation for the following three types of ventilation:
1. Outside Exhaust (Vertical – Delivered from factory in vertical position). 2.
Outside Exhaust (Horizontal). 3. Recirculating (Non-vented ductless). Check out the Quick Specs: https://products.geappliances.com/MarketingObjectRetrieval/Dispatcher?RequestType=PDF&Name=JVM3162DJ_c3.pdf - We certainly appreciate your loyalty! Sue
A:AnswerHi there, thanks for your interest in our microwaves! All over-the-range microwaves have an automatic fan feature to help protect the electronic components as well as help the cooking area get rid of excess heat. The built-in thermostat automatically turns the vent fan on if the unit is too hot and will not turn off until the microwave is cool again. You will not be able to turn the vent fan off manually during this time. With that said, there are different settings to dictate fan speed so although we may not be able to pinpoint a "quietest" microwave, we can let you know we don't expect you to have too big of issue with the sound level of any microwave you were to purchase. If you have any other questions, you can always message us on social media at any time. We'd love to see you in our GEA family. - Guy@GEA
A:AnswerHi, there. Great question, and it's great that you are looking to replace your microwave with another GE microwave! The model is the same, but the extra 2 is an engineering code. For example, if you needed an extra part, searching for the model number that is on your microwave would allow you to see the part breakdown for your specific model. All 30" over-the-range microwaves are approximately the same width, and are designed to fit into a 30" wide cabinet opening. Therefore, any of our 30" over-the-range models will work as a replacement for an existing 30" over-the-range model. - When replacing an over-the-range microwave, the mounting bracket included with the new microwave should be used since the mounting bracket is specific to each model. The new screws, bolts, and exhaust adapter should also be used. We hope this information helps and we're here for any additional questions you may have. All the best!- Kianna@GEA
A:AnswerHi - We hate to hear you're having difficulty making your Christmas goodies. Power levels are a percentage of "on time" for the magnetron tube which cycles on and off to obtain the various levels. Each power level gives the microwave energy for a certain percent of the time. Power level 7 is microwave energy 70% of the time. Power level 3 is energy 30% of the time. Your new microwave may heat at a higher cooking wattage than your previous model. Therefore, we would recommend reducing the cooking time and leaving the power level the same to achieve the results you have in the past. We hope this helps as we do understand the importance of holiday traditions. Kind regards - Vikki@GEA