Got A Microwave/air Fryer/convection Oven

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Mikey B.'s Comment
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So my cheap microwave from Walmart started having issues with buttons not working so I got a replacement today. I spent $109 and got a Galanz brand microwave + air dryer with a convection oven. I'm currently baking a lasagna at a Loves. Anyone have experience with these? How do the do on the baking part, can I bake a pizza and whatnot or are there limits to what can be done?

Mikey B.'s Comment
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BTW I'm baking at 375° and it seems to be getting quite hot on its exterior. Seems like it may not be wise to mount it where the microwave mounts in a new Cascadia. What do you think? Hahaha, did I make a mistake buying this...hahaha.

Turtle's Comment
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Don't know about the microwave, but I'll have to taste some of that lasagna for um... Quality control

PackRat's Comment
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How warm is it going to be inside the truck?

Mikey B.'s Comment
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So I baked it for 20 minutes at 375° and other than the exterior getting hot (it asks for 2" clearance on the sides and 8" on top) it had no noticeable heat difference in the truck. I forgot to start the truck in my excitement and the inverter started bringing so I started it up then reset the inverter and it worked great!! The cheese was perfectly toasted and cooked well. I microwaved it for 15 minutes first per the instructions then baked for 20 minutes. It fits on top of my fridge with space left over so I'm gonna leave it there as I wouldn't have the required clearance in the microwave slot. I'll have to figure out how to keep it from sliding off. But I give it a reccomend. A nice 3 in 1 appliance, microwave, air fry and bake for a mere $109.

Mikey B.'s Comment
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0.9 Cu. And 900W. Measures 19" W x 11"H x 15 3/4" D

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0.9 Cu. And 900W. Measures 19" W x 11"H x 15 3/4" D

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How big of an inverter do you have? You may want to check the manual for the microwave. My trainer got the same one and iirc the air fryer portion takes 1500w, and one of the other functions is close to 1200. He was checking the manual out and realized that.

Mikey B.'s Comment
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Looks like it is an 1800 watt pure sine inverter.

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0.9 Cu. And 900W. Measures 19" W x 11"H x 15 3/4" D

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How big of an inverter do you have? You may want to check the manual for the microwave. My trainer got the same one and iirc the air fryer portion takes 1500w, and one of the other functions is close to 1200. He was checking the manual out and realized that.

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