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Model ME18H704SFS

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30 in. W 1.8 cu. ft. Over the Range Microwave in Stainless Steel with Sensor Cooking

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  • Ceramic Enamel Interior is scratch resistant and easy to clean
  • Sensor Cook gets optimal heating results every time
  • Simple Clean Filter is easy to access and will eject with a touch
Color/Finish: Stainless
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  • Black Stainless
  • Stainless
  • White
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The Samsung OTR with a durable Ceramic Enamel Interior allows you to effortlessly remove dirt and oil while guarding against scratches from daily use. Choose the right temperature at the push of a button with Sensor Cook. Easily remove and clean your filter with one touch.

  • 1.8 cu. ft. interior accommodates large platters and dishes which typically do not fit in the average, mid-size 1.5 cu. ft. microwave
  • 1,000-Watt of cooking power and 10 cooking levels for boiling, reheating and defrosting
  • 400 CFM venting system helps enhance kitchen air quality by removing smoke, steam and odors from your cooktop
  • Digital controls that features a digital, blue LED Display, complementing any kitchen decor
  • Sensor Cooking that provides the right temperature at the push of a button
  • Effortlessly remove grease and oil, protects against scratches that occur from daily use and the surface prevents bacterial growth
  • Halogen cooktop lighting provides illumination above the range with Hi, Lo, and Off settings
  • A Simple Clean Filter that has a convenient, easy-to-access location is simple to eject with one touch and helps you remember when to clean the filter
  • Eco Mode button conserves power by turning off display when not in use
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Name 30 in. W 1.6 cu. ft. Over the Range Microwave in Stainless Steel 30 in. W 1.8 cu. ft. Over the Range Microwave in Stainless Steel with Sensor Cooking 30 in. W 1.7 cu. ft. Over the Range Microwave in Stainless Steel with Sensor Cooking 30 in. 2.1 cu. ft. Over the Range Microwave in Stainless Steel with Sensor Cooking and Ceramic Enamel Interior
Brand Samsung Samsung Samsung Samsung
Ratings (368) (455) (44) (193)
Color/Finish Family Stainless Stainless Stainless Stainless
Microwave Size 30 in. 30 in. 30 in. 30 in.
Microwave Features Charcoal Filter,Clock,Cooking Light,Cooktop Lighting,Interior Light,Nightlight,One Touch Cooking,Timer,Turntable Charcoal Filter,Clock,Cooking Light,Cooktop Lighting,Interior Light,Nightlight,One Touch Cooking,Removable Filter,Safety Lock,Turntable,Turntable On/Off Option Charcoal Filter,Clock,Cooking Light,Cooktop Lighting,Interior Light,One Touch Cooking,Removable Filter,Timer,Turntable Charcoal Filter,Clock,Cooking Light,Cooktop Lighting,Interior Light,Microwave Rack,Nightlight,One Touch Cooking,Removable Filter,Safety Lock,Timer,Turntable
Assembled Height (in.) 16.5 in
Capacity of Microwave (cu. ft.) 1.6 1.8 1.7 2.1
Vent Type Convertible Convertible Convertible Convertible
Exhaust Maximum CFM 300 400 300 400
Wattage (watts) 1000.000 1000.000 1000.000 1000.000
Sensor Cook No Yes Yes Yes
Cut-Out Front to Back Width (in.) 15.5 18 16 17
Turntable Yes Yes Yes Yes
Assembled Depth (in.) 15.2 in
Product Width (in.) 29.9 29.9 29.9 29.9
Product Depth (in.) 15.2 17.5 15.2 16.9
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I WANT TO PURCHASE THIS PRODUCT AND ALSO WANT TO PUT TILE AS THE BACK SPLASH, THE ONLY THING IS THAT WE DON'T KNOW WHAT GOES FIRST TILE OR MICROWAVE?

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That's your choice ... but if you put the tile up prior to the microwave, then it makes it necessary to have special tools to drill through the tile ... I fail to see where putting the tile behind the microwave would accomplish any better appearance ... cause usually, there are cabinets on either side of the unit ...
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When we renovated our kitchen, we installed the microwave first them installed the tile. All we did was bring the tile up to it, then finished it with the grout. You have to remember that you will need to install the hanging bracket, so you wont be able to place tile behind the microwave anyway.
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This is a good question and either way you go works but you do need to know the distance.Beings your asking the question I'm going to say start with the microwave.That way your tiles aren't in the way of your microwave when you install it.The tiles could go first but it's not necessary.Different microwaves are different sizes from top to bottom,so it's a most to know the size of the microwave.Start with Read More
This is a good question and either way you go works but you do need to know the distance.Beings your asking the question I'm going to say start with the microwave.That way your tiles aren't in the way of your microwave when you install it.The tiles could go first but it's not necessary.Different microwaves are different sizes from top to bottom,so it's a most to know the size of the microwave.Start with your microwave and then move on to your tile.It'll make things easier for you. Read Less
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Either works...
most likely you are better off tiling first so you have an even back wall - then you mount the bracket onto the back tile wall that the microwave will sit upon.
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November 22, 2014
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You can do it either way but I imagine the microwave will stay there forever so you can put the tile up last. Thats what I did. This way it's nice and clean.
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Thanks for the question. There are different factors to consider in deciding which to install first, and I'd suggest speaking with the home improvement experts at your local Home Depot store for their input. From an installation standpoint, it's important to consider the following:
1. The mounting bracket needs to be secured to the studs in the wall behind the microwave, so if you install the tile first,
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Thanks for the question. There are different factors to consider in deciding which to install first, and I'd suggest speaking with the home improvement experts at your local Home Depot store for their input. From an installation standpoint, it's important to consider the following:
1. The mounting bracket needs to be secured to the studs in the wall behind the microwave, so if you install the tile first, make sure you can still reach/locate the studs;
2. How are you venting the Microwave? If venting externally through the rear, you'll need to be able to cut holes in the wall or tile to install the vent duct;
3. How thick is the tile? Be sure it will leave ample room to attach the Microwave to the cabinet above it in addition to the wall behind it;
4. If you do decide to tile behind the Microwave, it's a good idea to tile all the way up to the bottom of the cabinets so that the Microwave will have a flush surface to mount to, rather than stepping off the tile and back to the drywall again.
- Ms. Samsung Read Less
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What distance is needed between stove top and microwave?

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That depends on the height of your stove and the height you decide to mount the microwave ...
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I personally believe 18'' looks good and I wouldn't go any closer than 16'',but local codes require 13.5 to stove top.
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The distance between the stove top and cabinet above the microwave should probably be a minimum of 30". This distance or something similar should be in the microwave instructions. This is the minimum distance for a flammable material above the stove due to code.
That said, for most OTR microwaves, that minimum puts the microwave too close to the range. It is better if the bottom of the microwave is Read More
The distance between the stove top and cabinet above the microwave should probably be a minimum of 30". This distance or something similar should be in the microwave instructions. This is the minimum distance for a flammable material above the stove due to code.
That said, for most OTR microwaves, that minimum puts the microwave too close to the range. It is better if the bottom of the microwave is higher. Mine is 19" above the range grate. The final height is a trade-off between working room on the range and how high you have to reach to access the microwave. The best height depends on the height of the persons using the range/microwave and how frequently you use each of these devices. The exact distance depends on the cabinet above the microwave. If you are not building a custom cabinet, you will have to select a fixed height cabinet, and depending on how you want to line the top up with the adjacent cabinets, you might have a fixed selection of heights for the microwave. Read Less
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The ME18H704SFS is designed to be mounted under a cabinet that is at least 30" above the stove top, leaving a minimum of 13" between the bottom of the Microwave and the cook top.
Thanks for your interest,
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Is it possible to build this into a cabinet rather than to use it over the range.

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I already have a hood vent, so I don't need the vent feature of an over the range microwave - But this microwave looks best with all of my other Samsung appliances (SS finish and handle). Samsung makes a countertop model, but I do not care for the looks of it. So, is it possible to just build it into the cabinet and not use the vent or lights underneath the unit?
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All things are usually possible,but not feasible.I would suggest you take your hood down and replace it with this item,that would be the correct answer.
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the bottom of the unit is not flat - the fan area protrudes an inch more than the front and back of the unit...
if you were REAALLY determined you could make a base for it out of wood... you'd have to actually...
then you have to deal with the safety issue - perhaps NOT installing the lights and cutting off the power to the light sockets... cutting the wire and securing it safetly to keep the fan from
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the bottom of the unit is not flat - the fan area protrudes an inch more than the front and back of the unit...
if you were REAALLY determined you could make a base for it out of wood... you'd have to actually...
then you have to deal with the safety issue - perhaps NOT installing the lights and cutting off the power to the light sockets... cutting the wire and securing it safetly to keep the fan from turning on....
hmmmm... go find a pretty unit that is countertop compatible !
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November 24, 2014
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HI ttwaves,
The way this microwave is designed, with the fan and light on the under side makes installing it inside a cabinet difficult as they are no feet on the underside.
Most built in microwaves setups use a trim kit to cover the opening. A trim kit is not available for this microwave and
creating a neat clean installation would not be easy.
Mike
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Thanks for the question. Besides the presence of the cook top light and vent fan, the ME18H704SFS doesn't have feet to enable it to sit securely on a surface. Using it as a built-in or counter top model isn't recommended.
We appreciate your interest!
Ms. Samsung
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Does this microwave have a vent?

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June 13, 2016
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Yes, you vent it outside. It also has an exhaust fan to collect steam drom pots below wanted wanted!
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Yes, this has a vent.
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Yes ... it has the option during installation to hook up to outside vent piping OR position the fan assembly for 're-circulation' into the room ...
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Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Worst Appliance I Have Ever Purchased Within 6 months, the magnetron broke, and Samsung repaired it. 7 months later, it broke again, and because it is beyond the one year, Samsung will not help. When the magnetron breaks, the microwave spews out a horrible smelling burning odor that permeates the house. I wrote an honest review of the product on Samsung's site, but received an email from them saying they would not publish it, and then blocked me from writing another review...tells you a lot about the honesty of the reviews on their site. I will not buy another Samsung product. July 27, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great Look, But A Bit Bulky. As a microwave, it does the job. And it has two levels inside it which is really nice. But it is a bit bulky and heavy, making it a pain to install under cabinets. Most certainly a two-person job. And if you have slim, smaller cabinets, then it's going to stick out. A lot. August 3, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Terrible OTR Microwave Although this microwave does the trick of cooking food, it is an absolutly terrible design. The small vent is in the front center of the unit and not above any of your stoves burners therefore does not do what it is suppossed to do, vent cooking steam? I bought this because of the 4 speed fan, but since it is located in such a poor spot, even on top speed it does not work well. Also if you are operating the microwave at the same time it kicks down to 1/2 speed. The over stove light again is very poor and I have had to adjust to cooking in the dark. Many times I do not realize it is even on until I go to bed and notice this little glow over the stove when I turn the kitchen lights off. Overall a very disapointing purchase and after only 4 months of it being installed, am considering replaceing it March 6, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Love it My husband had our microwave installed in about a half hour. He said the directions made the assembly a little harder than it needed to be but that it was super easy to install. It reheats food very fast. The stainless steel does tend to leave fingerprints and smears but they can be wiped off and it looks brand new again. We love it and can't wait to get the matching oven and refrigerator! December 10, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Worst microwave I have ever seen This died, or stopped heating anything after two years of buying. Two years. I wish I didn't buy this piece of junk. March 28, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by So far so good! We've only been using it a few days. So far so good. Easy to install, template was off a little for holes to drill. Looks like it will be easy to clean. December 23, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Fits shelf perfectly Available in store!!! Reasonably priced!! Small size perfect for under cabinet shelf. January 7, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by A piece of garbage The unit just stopped working, Samsung offers no help. I expect a appliance to last more than 1 year. March 7, 2016
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