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Old 02-06-2017
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Default Replacing Micro/combo oven

Hello guys, this is Jean, Andy's wife. Thinking of replacing the Micro/Combo oven , has anyone put a newer model Convection/Micro in or replaced the whole thing with a smaller toaster oven , preferably in the same hole as the Microwave. I have at home a Breville that I love, terrific size toaster/convection oven that I use many times over the gas range. I might miss the microwave feature for re-heating, hard to decide. Any advice on models that will fit would be greatly appreciated, thanks for any replies!!!
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I put in a GE Profile microwave/convection oven. It is great. I believe most over the range microwaves will fit in the space. I found one in "bisque" which kind of matches my formica cabinetry.
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I put in a Sharp R930 convection/microwave. Fit fine. It does take a while to pre-heat though. Not sure if that is common on all units.
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I put in a Sharp R930 convection/microwave. Fit fine. It does take a while to pre-heat though. Not sure if that is common on all units.
I would have to agree with that. I believe that is common with convection ovens.
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I installed a Whirlpool convection/microwave and it works great. Easy job once you remove and install all the screws Blue Bird used.
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I replaced mine with this one. http://www.ahcappliances.com/_CGI/MO...FRy5wAodYFQKIA

Scroll down to see the video. It really works as well as they say. My wife and I both love it, because I do as much cooking as she does. I got mine at Bontrager's Surplus for $285 not the $600. It works perfectly for re-heating, roasting, frying, and baking. It works much better than the old Sharp and I thought it did pretty good. It takes time to get used to it and understand all the settings and so on, but once you do, you're good to go.
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Thanks for the info and the photos!!!
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Thanks for the information!!
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Thanks for the information!
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We bought a nice toaster oven that fits nicely on our counter. We do use the microwave occasionally but the toaster/oven gets used a bunch.
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