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Old 03-22-2013, 07:49 PM   #1
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Default 1500W Countertop Convection Oven

We want to buy a counter top convection oven. The one we are looking at is a 1500 watt model. Will this be okay in our Newell or does it consume to much power? Can anyone help with this question?
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Thats what I have, works fine. A convection oven with anything less would take forever. Some newer units are 220v.
There's a post last month that has all the info on what I've done. I'm a fulltimes & cook quite a bit

convection/micro combo models and venting
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Link to topic Gordon is speaking about: http://www.luxurycoachlifestyle.com/...s-venting.html
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I've been curious on how well the steam models work? I have seen those but hadn't tried them. They are relatively expensive for a microwave.
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A convection microwave is usually placed on a 20A circuit and that will handle 1500 watts ok. But if you plan to plug it to a regular galley outlet instead of the dedicated microwave outlet, you may come up short.
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All circuits on mine are 20a min. Also most receptiles are on a seperate circuit.
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Has anyone checked out this unit Sharp1875T?

R-1875 | Microwaves | Over Range Microwave | SHARP
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