Sharp Carousel Multiple Choice – Follow-up, questions answered, etc technology connextras

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This video is a follow-up to the main-channel video on this lovely Sharp microwave:

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Chris Bannister 17/12/2021 - 3:53 Chiều

I have a kitchen aide microwave with sensor cooking and it pops every kernel with no burning

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R P 17/12/2021 - 3:53 Chiều

No microwave should need more than one button push to start it, should be timed 30 or 60 sec.
Had a microwave with an auto reheat button that worked almost every time, worth at least $20 extra.
Over the stove microwaves suck, they're at face level & a pain to install / replace.
Fad drawer microwaves are so annoying to use, the fastest cooker with the slowest mechanism.
The best is a microwave on a dedicated shelf with a lip or something to secure it.

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SendPie 17/12/2021 - 3:53 Chiều

What's the model number for this microwave?

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Dukefazon 17/12/2021 - 3:53 Chiều

I like this oven so much, it's like I'm back in the 90's and I'm at some rich friend or something who has all the cool stuff. Like I never had a Gameboy a kid, only played Gameboy a little when someone lent his to a friend of mine and we played it at my friend's place, one of us played, the other just watched and vica versa. This was around christmas time. This oven brings me back that childlike joy looking at high-tech stuff. Neat! I don't need but I want a "clever" microwave oven like this (not to be confused with "smart", I don't want smart devices…)

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Dukefazon 17/12/2021 - 3:53 Chiều

7:40 – European here, we usually had microwaves below 1000 watts, we've been through a couple of those. After I moved out I bought an oven, still has the manual and it says power consumption 1200W, output 700W. So I think we need the smaller number here. The old, very first oven we had was a 1000 watt, or higher I believe because I remember it only took 1 minute for a cup of milk to heat up but every oven that came after I have to go for 1 and a half minute for my morning cocoa 🙂

17:40 – I think only know about the magnetron because I watched ElectroBoom take apart a microwave and took out the big-ass transformer, he didn't do much with the magnetron.

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Emil Piszczek 17/12/2021 - 3:53 Chiều

Usually they have 800 watts as a standard atleast in denmark

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mrs johnson 17/12/2021 - 3:53 Chiều

Panasonic Inverter microwave lasted me only a few years too. It wasn't cheap. Never again…

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laurie overbey 17/12/2021 - 3:53 Chiều

you're most likely right about world peace, but, i am afraid we have 'planned obsolescence' now, because it'a all totally about money and profit, not about making a product that will last over twenty years…..sigh

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laurie overbey 17/12/2021 - 3:53 Chiều

i want one! everyone contact Sharp and tell them to re-issue a 'vintage' one! but don't change it!

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DeadlockGunner 17/12/2021 - 3:53 Chiều

Yes i just watched a 30minute video of someone playing with a microwave.

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Markvs 17/12/2021 - 3:53 Chiều

From the UK here, and yes, to get a 1000W here is about as high as you can get. The usual is about 700-800

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bird brain 17/12/2021 - 3:53 Chiều

Yeah, European here, every single microwave oven I've ever seen or used has been 800 – 900W; and microwaving instructions on various meals, when they do specify the power of the microwave oven, will give two figures – one for 800 and one for 900.

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Spice 17/12/2021 - 3:53 Chiều

It might be gimmicky, but at the end of the day, Sharp spent money on those animations and instructions even though they didn't need to, and I can definitely appreciate it.

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veggiet2009 17/12/2021 - 3:53 Chiều

Does the sensor let you, say, heat an amount of water to a particular temperature? It would make sense, based on how much steam is released. I'd be curious to see a test of heating different amounts of water, timing how long it takes, and then using a thermometer before and after.

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ThePixel1983 17/12/2021 - 3:53 Chiều

My European Samsung Combi C105 is 3100W. (Rated consumption, including the heating elements.)

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Jacob 17/12/2021 - 3:53 Chiều

I actually hate the whole "microwave over the stove" deal. At my parent's house, they have a proper extraction fan that vents to the outside, probably due to the fact that it's a gas stove, but also likely because it helps to vent burning things better. Also, the microwave there is not on the counter. There's actually a spot for it in the wall above the oven, and I like that. It's out of the way and looks much more integrated into the kitchen. Any, why I hate microwaves over the stove: they don't vent to the outside. In my apartment, that's not as big an issue as the stove is electric, but it's also very far away from the nearest window (literally on the opposite side of the unit), so venting anything that burned is not easy; so the fan, which is ridiculously loud, is really only good for steam. Plus it doesn't seem to turn on automatically the way traditional hood vents do, so that's kinda sucky. Also, it's just so high up. I'm 6 feet tall, and I can't even see all the way into the microwave at my apartment. It is well above my head. My parents' microwave, though still high up, is fully reachable. We moved there when I was 7 and I never had trouble reaching it. I likely wouldn't have been able to reach the one in my apartment at that age. Plus, being above the stove is not safe for kids because they can burn themselves if it's been used recently.

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Bill Chessell 17/12/2021 - 3:53 Chiều

I would argue that Windows peaked in a similar fashion with 7. Sell more products with incremental improvement. If you create a product so advanced people won’t want to move on… Windows was finished with 7. Microsoft had to incorporate new revenue streams. Time to Nationalize MS or switch to open source.

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Nigel Sheridan 17/12/2021 - 3:53 Chiều

Here is sunny Scotland, I have just replaced a 35 year old microwave that did not have a turntable and produced massive sparks out the side last Sunday with one that does, is it better to put your food in the centre or offset on the turntable? This new EU model is 900 watts, still 100w short of your Sharp and 300w more than my old one.

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Gene The Machine 17/12/2021 - 3:53 Chiều

It's Fred Kindley from the first episode on this microwave!😯

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cheesecake1monster 17/12/2021 - 3:53 Chiều

An egg white and banana as a sub for whipped cream?! Thanks for the extra video 🙂

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Dan 17/12/2021 - 3:53 Chiều

Ah, yes, that old culinary staple, ARTHCHOKES! 30:35

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Tom Burley 17/12/2021 - 3:53 Chiều

That DEMO! That is officially the most amazing microwave EVER!!!!!!!!!!!

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Beta Cyth 17/12/2021 - 3:53 Chiều

My panisonic has stage cooking. It's not as user-friendly with adding the times, but its pretty cool feature when it's coupled with the inverter tech. Let's Frankenstein an inverter panisonic and the is model sharp multiple choice, probably be better off making a new interface and code

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Murphistic 17/12/2021 - 3:53 Chiều

13:28 Wait, how does the microwave know about leap years? There is no Feb 29???

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bountyhammer 17/12/2021 - 3:53 Chiều

Suggest a glass bowl for future audits.

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