Panasonic 2.2 Cu. Ft. 1250-Watt Microwave Oven, Stainless Steel

Walmart # 1564951

Panasonic 2.2 Cu. Ft. 1250-Watt Microwave Oven, Stainless Steel

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  • 1250 watts
  • Fast defrost
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    <p>Upgrade your kitchen with this Panasonic 2.2-cu-ft 1250w Microwave Oven. It has a sleek and attractive style to complement your decor. This Panasonic microwave oven features several handy settings and is made to easily defrost and prepare muffins, frozen dinners and much more. It also has a one-touch sensor to cook many different dishes and a function to reheat for added convenience. Additional benefits of this stainless microwave oven include a setting for popcorn, adding additional minutes and keeping foods warm. This unit is small enough to fit nicely into your space and blend with your other items. It is roomy enough inside for full-sized plates and other items.</p>

    About This Item

  • 1250 watts
  • Fast defrost
  • Brand
    Panasonic
    Model
    NN-T945SF
    Color
    Stainless Steel
    Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H)
    21.30 x 26.60 x 16.50 Inches
    Customer Reviews
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    The microwave that thought it could...

    With a family of six that doesn't order out we needed a large microwave... This microwave worked pretty good for six months... Then one afternoon I put in some burritos and hit start and within 30 seconds it shuts off and spits an error code on the LED of H98... After researching this on the net I find that due to an inefficient inverter design it is common for this to fail and make the magneto fail as well... So after a whopping six months of regular proper use, all the later model Panasonic with inverter technology have this flaw, it died... To replace the parts is out of the question since it would cost more then the $160 or so I spent on it... So please look elsewhere as the Panasonic may be value priced... The value of having a working microwave for 6months is lost on me The quality of the components that make up this unit is severely lacking... It even says so in the Panasonic repair training manual I found on the internet... I wouldn't recommend a Panasonic brand to my worst enemy now... If you have one, listen for arcing or popping noises coming from the back... It's a sign that you will be replacing it soon... Going back to Sharp brand now... May be more expensive but it is actually better quality and worth the extra money...
    error H98Kept clean in six months

    works great when it works

    The unit looks nice and worked well until the latch started failing about a year after I bought it. I have security Torx bits and opened it up to bend the metal tongue that is part of the mechanism back into position. This worked only for a short time as the metal is cheap and weak, finally after the 4th time opening it up I put a crimp into the metal and that solved it once and for all. Now the keypad has failed. I opened it up and checked for loose connections because it would sometimes work if you gave it a bop but found the the board with the keypad and display has failed and cant really be repaired the way it's designed. When it works it works great and still would if only better parts were used as was still functioning beautifully until the board failed. For the price it should have been better. never buying a Panasonic again.
    Thank you for taking the time to provide feedback on the microwave. We will use your review in future product development. -AM

    It's H-U-G-E!!! Powerful too!

    I've only had this microwave oven for a little over a month so I will see if there are issues with quality in the future, however, it appears to be a well designed quality product. I spent the twenty bucks on the 4 year warranty (just in case) and still took this unit home for well under 200 bucks. I love the inverter design for its efficiency and power. This unit heats food up evenly and almost twice as fast as my Kenmore did. The tirntable is about 30% larger than my last oven as well...you could probably heat up a 20 lb. turkey in this beast. If there's a downside, it's that this unit will take up a lot of counter space. Per the manual you need to keep the area clear 3" on either side of the oven for proper ventilation. All in all, I am very happy with this purchase and I hope I enjoy this baby for many years.

    Broken beyond repair in less than a year

    I purchased this microwave because it of it's size, the wattage, and because it tied into the looks of my remodeled kitchen (stainless/black). I cannot emphasize enough how poor the quality is of this product. With regular use, the opening / closing latch quit functioning in less than a year. My husband is a very handy guy and opened it up and repaired the latch several times, it was bent on the inside due to it being held in place by one screw and very thin metal. Eventually, he bought a replacement part and installed it. It also bent. This may not seem like a bad issue but keep in mind that when the microwave fails to shut (due to the bent latch on the inside) the oven will not start. Not only that, but when the latch fails to shut properly, the interior oven light stays on. This bugs me as I am a person who regularly turns out the lights when I leave a room. To see this microwave on for days at a time (not to mention nonfunctional) kills me. I go by and open and slam it shut to see if I can get it to shut, this method works every few days, then someone uses it again and the latch won't engage again. We have resorted to using a dorm room microwave (800 watts) that barely fits a plate of food, that is over 12 years old, which sits beneath this microwave. I have to admit, the cheapo dorm microwave is as reliable as they come, much better than this Panasonic.
    Panasonic with light on and backup microwave below

    Perfect Size

    I am more than thrilled with this purchase. It is a chic addition to the kitchen, stainless steel and glass. The 2.2 cu. ft. provides enough space to prepare a full meal for family and the 1250-watt makes it quick.
    She's a beauty.

    Disconnects Wi-Fi and overcooks food!

    Wish I had seen articles of Panasonic Inverter Microwaves killing Internet before buying. Waste of money! It sometimes overcooks my food, but most importantly, it stops all Wi-Fi whenever this is used. One night it almost destroyed my Wi-Fi completely from Panasonic Inverter Microwave usage. Also people everywhere have been complaining about Door latch problems (hasn't happened to me yet but I can tell it will happen) and H97/H98 error codes happening. This has to be worse then any other Microwave out there, Samsung, Emerson, GE, you name it! I will never purchase a Panasonic Inverter microwave ever again and will never purchase any inverter Microwaves period. I have had this Microwave for 6 months now and fed up with Wi-Fi Interference and want to get rid of this microwave ASAP. I have had many Microwave that did not cut off the internet whenever they were used, this is the first microwave I ever had that cuts off the internet and better be the only one. DO NOT BUY ANY INVERTER MICROWAVE!

    Great Microwave but Get the Service Agreement

    This is a full-size family microwave. It is one of the largest on the market inside but not an overly large footprint on the countertop. It has a big turntable that can accommodate 13x9 casserole dish. It works well, is easy to clean, and has a nice set of features for the price. I bought this one after considering switching to above the stove microwave, but the above the stove microwave is bulky on the outside and had a tiny turntable. I bought this one because it is the current year's model of my old one, which we loved and lasted 11 years with one repair. ONE HUGE RECOMMENDATION: Buy the 4 year service agreement. I do not normally purchase these, but the magnatron (I think that is the correct term) tends to go bad and is too expensive to replace. It went bad on our first within the first 4 years and I was thankful my MIL had included the service agreement in her gift. After that first repair, it lasted 8 more years.

    Stopped latching closed after 1 year of use

    The microwave works great—if we can get the door to latch properly. One of the other owners pointed me toward the problem: The catch mechanism on the inside of the microwave is screwed onto a very, very thin sheet of steel with no proper reinforcement or bracing. Over time, this sheet metal bends toward the right side of the unit, and eventually the door will fail to latch. When the door does not latch properly, the microwave will not operate—that part is a safety feature. With a set of special security bits, I was able to remove the stainless steel cover and verify that the only thing wrong with my unit was the bent sheet metal. It is easy enough to remove the interior catching mechanism (it is attached with 2 screws) and bend the sheet metal back into place. All of this goes to show how poorly the latch system was engineered. Bending the sheet mental back into place gets the latch back into working order, but it won't keep this from happening again in a few months. My advice: DO NOT BUY THIS MICROWAVE, OR ANY MODEL LIKE IT!

    Excellent microwave - fast and effective

    I purchased this microwave in the Taylor, Michigan, Walmart as an upgrade to a 600 watt "mini" microwave. This is the largest microwave I have owned. I found it to be very efficient. I recently cooked bacon for breakfast. I took a rock hard package of bacon out of my deep freezer. I pressed the turbo defrost button and entered the weight of the bacon package. Within four minutes the bacon was properly defrosted without any cooked edges or anything. I placed six thawed slices on a microwave bacon tray and it was fully cooked in four minutes. My old microwave would have taken forever. I reheated a large plastic dish full of burrito filling. I was about 3-4 cups worth of filling (beans, sauce, meat, etc. I used the sensor reheat. When I pulled the dish out the food was heated very evenly and I did not encounter any cold spots. So far, I am very impressed with the microwave. It runs well and seems to cook everything without cold spots. The defrost feature is great because I don't get any dry or cooked spots.

    Ten years

    After ten years, when the door of my Panasonic Inverter began to stick, although I was happy with my microwave, I came online to see if there was something out there better that I may be able to upgrade to. After all, it's been 10 years, they must have come out with one that will bring my food to me by now. I was shocked to see all the negative reviews on this machine. In the decade that I've had it, this microwave has been super awesome! It's beautiful! It's powerful! It's state of the art! It's reliable! Honestly, it still works perfectly and I would keep it if it wasn't my birthday and my kids insist on buying me something, so I said just replace this since the latch sticks(and that's just sometimes). I did go out and look at some more expensive models, but I wasn't impressed. My kids got me this same one, and I can't be happier. IMO you cannot go wrong with this Panasonic microwave.
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