Serious Cooking Capacity
This Kenmore electric combo microwave and wall oven gives you plenty of cooking space in the kitchen. The 2.0 cu. ft. upper microwave can tackle leftovers, single-serve meals, frozen foods and full dinner plates while the 4.6 cu. ft. lower oven has tons of space for potluck prep, cake baking and roasting large holiday meats.
Powerful, Even Microwave Cooking
The 1100 watt cooking power delivers even heating and cooking, no matter what you toss in. Sensor cooking ensures even cooking performance throughout the cooking process; no more frozen middles or dried out foods.
Easy To Cook In, Easy to Clean
Wipe down the sleek steel surface with ease for a chic, clean kitchen. Use the self-cleaning oven cycle to burn away baked-on messes and spills in the oven; no more crawling in to scrub the whole thing out.
Bake and Broil...
The combination wall oven/microwave unit was easy to install into the previous opening. Both units operate very well and the cooking results have been excellent!
Oven unit works great. My microwave die and needs to be replaced. Kenmore does not offer the mircrowave as a separate unit. The only fix is another $2000 combo unit. I would not recommend this unit anybody.
This was a $1900 horrible purchase. The oven has been fine--the microwave has had the same switch replaced at least five times. I can't get over that Sears did not recall this item.
Very nice wall oven. My only critique is you have to make sure you push the microwave button slowly otherwise it won't open (my old one you had to push fast). Looks nice and easy to install!
The builder purchased this unit for our home. The same as other customers have mentioned, we've had issues with the microwave. The front panel on the microwave began going out, the zero button stopped working. Six technicians later and almost $600, now the microwave doesn't work at all. Technician #5 touched a part, he wasn't supposed to touch, and now the microwave is beyond repair. We started out with one button not working on the microwave, and now the entire unit is permanently damaged. Sears is unwilling to replace the unit.
I just had this installed and then discovered it's a convection oven not a conventional oven. I am disappointed. I did NOT want that type.
Our oven/microwave combo was three years old when the microwave started randomly losing power. Within a few weeks, it quit working completely. We had Sears come out and replace a part (not easy to do, since the microwave is attached to the oven). The part lasted ALMOST a year, and now it's bad again. Now we have to replace the entire unit, even though the oven works fine because the microwave is garbage. Not great for an expensive appliance less than 5 years old.