Yes. Over-the-range microwaves are designed to be mounted above stoves. Refer to your owner’s manual for height and clearance details.

Check if the door is properly closed and the latch is functioning. Ensure the microwave is plugged in and the circuit breaker is not tripped. If the problem persists, you may require professional repair.

Check if the turntable is loose or there is debris inside the microwave. Ensure there is no metal or foil inside the microwave. If the problem persists, visit for further assistance.

Check if the microwave is plugged in and the circuit breaker is not tripped. If the display is still not working, you may require professional repair.

We recommend cleaning the microwave every week to remove food residue, fingerprints, grease, and odors.

Regular maintenance includes: cleaning the interior and exterior, checking the hinges and seals for wear, inspecting and cleaning the turntable, and replacing filters (for over-the-range models) as needed.

Microwaves typically last 7 to 8 years, or longer, with regular maintenance. Charcoal filters in over-the-range microwaves should be replaced every 6 to 12 months, depending on usage. Grease filters should be cleaned monthly and replaced when they become worn or damaged.

There are three main types of microwaves: countertop, over-the-range (OTR), and built-in. Countertop microwaves are versatile and easy to move. OTR microwaves double as a range hood and save counter space. Built-in microwaves are installed into cabinetry for a seamless look and can be paired with wall ovens.

A microwave with 0.7-1.2 cubic feet is good for 1 or 2 people. For 3-to 4 people, 1.2-1.6 cubic feet is ideal. Larger households may benefit from microwaves with 1.6-2.2 cubic feet.

Important features include: wattage (higher wattage cooks faster), sensor cooking, inverter technology, turntable or flatbed design, convection option, pre-programmed settings, and ease of cleaning.

Countertop microwaves do not require installation as they are simply plugged in. Over-the-range and built-in microwaves may require professional installation due to their integration with cabinetry and ventilation systems.

Typically, you want to have at least 3 inches of clearance around all sides and the top for proper ventilation. For built-in models, refer to your owner’s manual for specific clearance requirements.

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