Friggin' Frigidare brand over the range microwave died. It was only
installed in 1987. Why it won't last longer than 19 years is beyond me.
Damn shoddy products if you ask me.
I'll hit the library tomorrow to look at the Consumer Reports stuff on
over the stove micros. I understand CR did a report in August, 2006,
so some of the models CR tested might even still be available.
In the interim though, anybody have any recent good / bad experiences
with over the stove microwaves that they've installed in the last, say,
I'm interested especially if you installed your own and how that went;
or, if you paid an installer, what that cost. I'm in the Portland
I'm also interested if you really like / dislike the brand /
model you got.
My primary use is going to be reheating left overs and defrosting stuff
if the past is any guide. Not cooking big meals. Old one did not have