So I&#039ve searched and searched and have had no success. Does anyone here actually have a microwave that&#039s shallow enough to fit in an upper cabinet, so only 12&quot deep? or less?
ok so the universe is weird. No sooner did I post this that I found one. It&#039s danby, exclusive to Rona in Canada. It&#039s 10 2/16&quot deep! WINNER! So let us take a look at 26 images cabinet small kitchen kitchen storage microwave below.
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I have been eyeing the one below at Future Shop which is still 12.75&quot. Zellers has something less deep (12&quot ish, if memory serves) - house brand - Home Sense maybe - should the Danby not work out. Zellers one is white.
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Thanks for the link! I&#039ve been looking for the same, too bad this one is only available in Canada :-(. One caution though, just make sure you have enough for clearances, the installation for the Danby stated&quotAllow 20 cm of space above the microwave oven,10 cm at back and 5 cm at both sides.&quot I also found this one which has less clearance issues, I THINK!
The GE Spacemaker PEM31 can be installed in an upper cabinet if you recess it into wall slightly. If you use their trim kit, it will vent out the front properly. I have the previous model JEM31. Sharp also makes one the R-1214, I think, that also works.
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Just want to add some thoughts about MWs in cabinets: I keep my microwave in a wall cabinet (but we custom built it so it&#039s 13&quot deep and holds the smallest GE.) I just wanted to report that the MW does produce some moisture. For example when you MW soup or veggies and then open the door, there&#039s steam. I&#039m slightly concerned about the effect of that moisture on the cabinetry over time. I MW with the cabinet door open, and if it&#039s something steamy I usually leave both the MW door and cabinet door open for a few minutes afterwards to let the steam dissipate, rather than shut it in the cabinet.