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GE 1.9 cu. ft. 1100-Watt Over the Range Microwave in Stainless Steel with Sensor Cooking
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1.9 cu. ft. 1100-Watt Over the Range Microwave in Stainless Steel with Sensor Cooking

  • Sensor cooking controls automatically adjusts time and power
  • Steam cook button prepares your steamed favorites
  • USDA my plate menu offers pre-programmed food options

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Your 1.9 cu. ft. Over the Range Microwave in Stainless Steel with Sensor Cooking and utilizes the USDA MyPlate menu offering healthy pre-programmed food options and recipes. Perfectly prepare your steamed favorites using the Steam Cook feature in this 1100-Watt sensor microwave. GE appliances provide up-to-date technology and exceptional quality to simplify the way you live. With a timeless appearance, this family of appliances is ideal for your family. And, coming from one of the most trusted names in America, you know that this entire selection of appliances is as advanced as it is practical.

  • 1.9 cu. ft. capacity accommodates small casserole dishes
  • 1,100-Watt of cooking power and 10 cooking levels for boiling, reheating and defrosting
  • The built-in 3-speed, 400 CFM venting system helps enhance kitchen air quality by removing smoke, steam and odors from your cooktop
  • Electronic controls with graphic display make this microwave oven easy to use
  • Sensor cooking automatically sets the optimal time and power level
  • Soften cycle provides gentle, even heat for softening butter
  • Turntable on/off is ideal for even cooking results or for accommodating oversized dishes that may not fully rotate
  • Cooktop lighting provides illumination above the range with 3 brightness settings, including a night-light option
  • 3 variable fan-speed settings let you choose the right amount of ventilation
  • Includes recirculating charcoal filter kit for non-vented applications
  • Microwave comes with a one year limited warranty
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Name 1.9 cu. ft. 1100-Watt Over the Range Microwave in Stainless Steel with Sensor Cooking 1.9 cu. ft. Over-the-Range Sensor Microwave Oven in Stainless Steel 1.9 cu. ft. Over the Range Convection Microwave in Stainless Steel with Sensor Cooking 30 in. W 1.9 cu. ft. Over the Range Convection Microwave in Stainless Steel, with Sensor Cooking
Brand GE GE Maytag KitchenAid
Ratings (1234) (68) (144) (231)
Color/Finish Family Stainless Stainless Stainless Stainless
Microwave Size 30 in. 30 in. 30 in. 30 in.
Microwave Features Clock,Cooking Light,Cooktop Lighting,Interior Light,Microwave Rack,One Touch Cooking,Timer,Turntable On/Off Option Clock,Cooking Light,Cooktop Lighting,Interior Light,Turntable On/Off Option Charcoal Filter,Clock,Convection,Cooktop Lighting,Interior Light,Microwave Rack,One Touch Cooking,Removable Filter,Steam Cook,Turntable,Turntable On/Off Option Charcoal Filter,Convection,Interior Light,Microwave Rack,Nightlight,Safety Lock,Steam Cook,Timer,Turntable,Turntable On/Off Option
Capacity of Microwave (cu. ft.) 1.9 1.9 1.9 1.9
Vent Type Convertible External Convertible Convertible
Exhaust Maximum CFM 400 400 400 400
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Am I able to just put in the time I want and hit START. Just two simple steps is what I want.

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For anyone who prefers a microwave to function in this manner, I have to ask, is it really worth it? You're saving one button press but still have to press 2 to 5 buttons to enter your time and start the microwave depending on the time you want to enter. Is it really that much harder to press 3 to 6 buttons vs. 2 to 5? Gaining the ability to start the microwave with a single button press much of the time Read More
For anyone who prefers a microwave to function in this manner, I have to ask, is it really worth it? You're saving one button press but still have to press 2 to 5 buttons to enter your time and start the microwave depending on the time you want to enter. Is it really that much harder to press 3 to 6 buttons vs. 2 to 5? Gaining the ability to start the microwave with a single button press much of the time seems well worth that extra button press to me. Read Less
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The answer to your question is no. You cannot just press "4 - 5 - GO" to start cooking for 45 seconds. You would need to press "Cook Time - 4 - 5 - Go". This is an extra step, and as silly as it may sound, a deal-breaker in my opinion. I would choose a microwave with worse reviews over the need to press that Cook Time button every time I want to cook something for a time other than 30 seconds, 1, 2, 3, Read More
The answer to your question is no. You cannot just press "4 - 5 - GO" to start cooking for 45 seconds. You would need to press "Cook Time - 4 - 5 - Go". This is an extra step, and as silly as it may sound, a deal-breaker in my opinion. I would choose a microwave with worse reviews over the need to press that Cook Time button every time I want to cook something for a time other than 30 seconds, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, or 6 minutes. Read Less
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Hello KJCA - this is Nancy at GE and I am happy to help you with regard to this microwave.
You have asked a great question. This microwave has many convenience features which make it very easy to operate. First, the Express Cook buttons 1 through 6 can be pressed once and the microwave will start immediately. You can also press the "Add 30 Sec" button which starts immediately. This can be pressed as Read More
Hello KJCA - this is Nancy at GE and I am happy to help you with regard to this microwave.
You have asked a great question. This microwave has many convenience features which make it very easy to operate. First, the Express Cook buttons 1 through 6 can be pressed once and the microwave will start immediately. You can also press the "Add 30 Sec" button which starts immediately. This can be pressed as many times as needed. The Popcorn, Beverage, Reheat and Potato pads also start immediately.
I hope this helps! Thank you for contacting GE! Read Less
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The good news is one simple step for the preset times - 1 thru 6 minutes. The microwave also has a 30 second button - press to instantly get a 30 start/cooking time or an immediate 30 second add-on while cooking is in process. Should you want specific time such as 1 minute 20 seconds, its a three step process. I use the one button steps for most of my daily cooking needs. Good luck.
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Even better, the oven comes with the Express Cook feature at High power. Press any of the numbers from 1 to 6 and cooking will proceed for that amount of minutes. Bada-bing!
You can also press the "Add 30 Sec." option and immediately start 30 seconds of cooking. Or it will add 30 seconds to the cooking time at each and every press.
I LOVE Express Cook and would not be without it!
For other amounts of
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Even better, the oven comes with the Express Cook feature at High power. Press any of the numbers from 1 to 6 and cooking will proceed for that amount of minutes. Bada-bing!
You can also press the "Add 30 Sec." option and immediately start 30 seconds of cooking. Or it will add 30 seconds to the cooking time at each and every press.
I LOVE Express Cook and would not be without it!
For other amounts of time you would press "Cook Time," enter the time of your choice and then "Start," (3 steps). You can also change the cooking power.
Easy-peasy!
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JMV7195 vs PVM9195 microwave

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Your GE website states that both microwaves have 400 cfms. The PVM9195 has 4 speeds and the JMV7195 has 3 speeds, but you indicated in an earlier question that only the 9195 has 400 cfms. Which is true?
Second question, how many lights do these micowaves have and where are they located? In the middle of on the sides?
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Still confused. about CFM.
answers below conflict.
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The GE website reports the same thing as Home Depot information. Both microwaves have a 400 cfms fan. The 7195 has three speed choices while the 9195 has four. But both are 400 cfms.
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Hi,
This is Lisa from GE. I am happy to help. I apologize for the discrepancy regarding the CFM's. The JVM7195 is 300 and the PVM9195 is 400 CFM's. There are two lights on the left and right side. I hope this helps. Thanks for checking.
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I have no idea about the CFMS but I can tell you there are two light bays one on the left and right side. The bulbs that it came with were very dim. I can't remember exactly but maybe 20 watts. I quickly replaced them with higher wattage 40 watt bulbs from home depot and it now provides plenty of light on both the high and low settings. Had it for over a year now and so far it's been a problem free Read More
I have no idea about the CFMS but I can tell you there are two light bays one on the left and right side. The bulbs that it came with were very dim. I can't remember exactly but maybe 20 watts. I quickly replaced them with higher wattage 40 watt bulbs from home depot and it now provides plenty of light on both the high and low settings. Had it for over a year now and so far it's been a problem free device. Read Less
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Our 15 year old GE Profile Microwave JVM1660WB just died. We like GE JVM7195DFWW. What do you think? Is that easily interchangeable?

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No, I liked my profile a lot better. The 195 does not compare.
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Hello - this is Nancy at GE and I am happy to help you with regard to replacing your over-the-range microwave. We're glad to hear your previous microwave provided 15 years of service for you. The good news is that all of our 30" Spacemaker over-the-range microwaves are designed to be installed in the same standard upper cabinet space (30" min. width, 12" min.-13" max. depth, 66" min. mounting height). Read More
Hello - this is Nancy at GE and I am happy to help you with regard to replacing your over-the-range microwave. We're glad to hear your previous microwave provided 15 years of service for you. The good news is that all of our 30" Spacemaker over-the-range microwaves are designed to be installed in the same standard upper cabinet space (30" min. width, 12" min.-13" max. depth, 66" min. mounting height). The height and depth of the models may vary slightly, but any of our new models could work in your current space. You will need to use the mounting brackets and hardware that come with the new microwave as they have changed over the years. I hope this helps! Thanks for checking with us! Read Less
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If that was an over the range microwave it should fit fine. The holes in the cabinet may have to be re-drilled.
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15 years is a pretty good mileage you got on your microwave. We had a GE Profile and died after 10 years. We just purchased JVM7195 model which is an upgrade model and slightly larger 1.9 Cu. ft.
The wall mounting frame and exhaust location are identical to the old one but the top holes that hold the microware are at different location. You just need to make new holes for the two screws that hold the
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15 years is a pretty good mileage you got on your microwave. We had a GE Profile and died after 10 years. We just purchased JVM7195 model which is an upgrade model and slightly larger 1.9 Cu. ft.
The wall mounting frame and exhaust location are identical to the old one but the top holes that hold the microware are at different location. You just need to make new holes for the two screws that hold the microware on the top. Other than that the size of the microware body is the same.
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Automatic vent

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Does this have an automatic vent that turns on when it gets heated from the range underneath it?
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Hi Micresearch- This is Sue at GE Appliances. Thanks for viewing our Microwaves! Yes, all GE over-the-range microwaves have an automatic fan as a safety feature. This fan automatically turns on if the unit is overheating. This is in addition to the fan switch that manually controls the exhaust fan. The built-in thermostat causes the exhaust fan to turn on automatically if the temperature around the Read More
Hi Micresearch- This is Sue at GE Appliances. Thanks for viewing our Microwaves! Yes, all GE over-the-range microwaves have an automatic fan as a safety feature. This fan automatically turns on if the unit is overheating. This is in addition to the fan switch that manually controls the exhaust fan. The built-in thermostat causes the exhaust fan to turn on automatically if the temperature around the control panel rises to approximately 150 degrees F. This feature helps protect the electronic components and also helps the cooking area get rid of excess heat. The thermostat resets itself and the fan shuts off when the surface area cools to approximately 150 degrees F or less. Thanks for checking with us! Read Less
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No - it has a three speed fanat the bottom that can vent out the top to an exit from the house that will vent cooking from the range under, but you have to activate it manually.
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Yes, this model has an automatic fan feature.
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Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 1209 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Microwave! I am very pleased with this microwave. It is functional as well as beautiful to look at. I am impressed with how quiet it is and the vent fan which has four settings is also very quiet on the last two settings. I tested the vent out by holding a paper towel under it as it was running and it held the paper towel up which means it is also pulling the grease and steam up away from the stove top below it. The only thing that I would say is a con is that the dark pad where the buttons are is a little hard to see. This isn't a huge problem, just a small thing that might be changed on a newer model in the future. Overall, I couldn't be happier with my purchase. August 28, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Disappointed The microwave works fine but within 6 months of purchase the finish on the handle started bubbling up. It is now 10 months old and when I called GE about this they assured me it was covered for replacement,received call from repair people who said not covered. Called GE, they said it is covered and called repair people while I was on the phone. Repair people called a few days later to say it is not covered. Called GE today and was told it was not covered. This microwave is installed higher than the minimum height requirement,. I have had an over the range microwave for over 20 years and never had this problem. I see this one is discontinued, wonder why?? September 27, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Disappointed! I bought this microwave June of last year. However, it stopped heating several months after I'd bought it. Your technician fixed it. It worked for maybe another month or so and the technician ordered what would've been extremely expensive had it not been under warranty. I requested a new microwave because I was afraid it would happen again. I bought 4 GE appliances last June. The burner on my stove stopped working a couple of months after it was installed and the dishwasher sometimes leaves mildew on my dishes if I don't open the door immediately after it finishes. All in all I'm really disappointed with my GE appliances. I can't afford extended warranties. September 21, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Fan randomly runs I love several features on this microwave especially the "soften" button. Perfectly softens butter AND ice cream. The popcorn button is perfect. I don't love the fact that it downs appear to really "vent" anything, even on the highest setting. It vents inside so I don't know if we vented it outside if it would be better. We can have a pot of boiling water going and it doesn't appear to suck any steam in the vent direction and it's LOUD!! We've also had issues with the fan running when we shut the door. Even if nothing is cooking. When you shut the door a fan just starts running and won't stop unless you slam the door. We've had a tech out and of course it didn't do it so he couldn't fix it. Overall, not impressed. I think we got a lemon. October 2, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good quality Solid, nice actual buttons ( not screen) for lights, timer, and vent. Good placement of those buttons. Venting system nice, good for internal venting with filters, or to outside. October 21, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by love my new microwave This microwave is exactly what I was looking for and at a great price. October 22, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great Microwave Great microwave oven. Heat things very quickly even faster than our old oven. Only thing I can see that needs improvement would be the top of the oven that you fasten the oven in is kind of weak. October 10, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great Product I purchased and installed this unit myself. I have to say thought, the installation template provided to mark the holes on the underside of a cabinet is nearly impossible to place. It's just a thin, flimsy sheet of paper that I had to nearly stand on my head and have other people help me hold it up to tape it in place. GE should send a more sturdy template. Otherwise, great unit and easy operation with great features. October 4, 2016
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