Whirlpool 30 inch 1.1 cu. ft. Low Profile Microwave Hood Combination in Stainless Steel YWML75011HZ

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Whirlpool 30 inch 1.1 cu. ft. Low Profile Microwave Hood Combination in Stainless Steel YWML75011HZ is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 322.
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Find a better fit for your kitchen with this small over-the-range microwave with vent that removes smoke, 

Special Price $678.88 Regular Price $749.99
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Product Overview

Find a better fit for your kitchen with this small over-the-range microwave with vent that removes smoke, odor and moisture like a standard hood. Save space with a low profile design that fits your undercabinet hood space, and quickly wipe up with the CleanRelease® non-stick interior of this easy to clean microwave. Also, sensor cooking tracks cooking progress for you.

  • 900-Watt Cooking Power
  • Sensor Cooking
  • Purposeful Capacity
  • Tap-To-Open Door
  • Concealed Touch Controls
  • 90 degrees Hinge Door
  • LED Cooktop Lighting
  • Steam Cooking
  • Popcorn Preset
  • Turntable On/Off Option
  • Dishwasher-Safe Turntable Plate
  • Microwave Presets
  • Add 30 Seconds Option
  • 10 Power Levels
  • Finished Sides
  • Easy Install

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Brand Whirlpool
Microwave Type Over-the-Range
Microwave Power Range 901W -1000W
Sensor Cook Yes
Model Number YWML75011HZ
Product Dimensions 29 7/8" W x 18" D x 10 5/16" H
Product Color Stainless Steel
Microwave Capacity 1.1
Microwave Size (in) 30"
Microwave Wattage 900
Microwave Features Sensor Cook
UPC 883049469072
Reviews
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Beautiful and it fits! We just got this installed today and I love it! Our other microwave was a casualty of Irma so when we finally were ready to replace it, we started searching for a low profile model that would be further away from the cook top. This fits the bill perfectly. The stainless option coordinates well with our existing appliances. Since it is deeper than our previous microwave, I love that there is no handle that sticks out and that the controls are hidden behind the door. And, with the additional depth, the exhaust fan will pull heat/steam from all four burners, not just the ones in the back. Bottom line, great design and exactly what we wanted.
Date published: 2018-03-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very elegant looking An awesome microwave. Very elegant and high end looking. I have had many compliments on it. The interior is very easy to just wipe clean. The four speed fan is nice and the lowest is very quiet. No handles at all on outside is so nice. Looks very sleek.Just touch the lower right hand corner and the doors opens all by itself. How cook is that? Haven't had a problem with it being a bit smaller inside. Would buy it again and recommend it to anyone who wants an upscale looking and great featured microwave/exhaust fan expecially if you have less space below your cabinets like I do. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2018-07-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Lots of features in a little package! This microwave is great! It has so many features and settings that there isn't anything that I've tried to warm up that it couldn't figure out! The under-microwave lights and venting work very well for cooking on the oven below. The size capacity is wonderful, especially for it's low profile!! It heats evenly and quickly with no cold spots left in my food. The inside material is very easy to clean but I don't find that my food is splattering as much in this microwave! This is a great buy from a company you can trust! 5 stars! :) [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2018-03-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Microwave I cannot say enough about my new microwave. I absolutely love it. Thank you Whirlpool. I have a limited space between my range and cabinets and no microwave available would fit until I found the low profile. This microwave is great. It has all the features my counter model had plus some. I like how the key pad is inside the door thus giving the front a nice sleek appearance. Fan has 4 speeds and is not very loud. I have not had any issues with anything that has been cooked or reheated. Everything has fit in the microwave perfectly. This is definitely a purchase I’m glad I made. Great microwave. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2018-06-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect fit Perfect. This should be the new standard for over the range microwaves. It provides more vertical space to mix larger pots on the back of the range. The vent is very strong, sensing option is perfect. Just be careful with the installation when drilling the correct holes on the wall and at the bottom of the cabinet to have it leveled. The vent hood may be a challange if the exisiting hole on the wall is not aligned with the microwave's vent opening. You need to be creative with the flex tubing rather than the rigid ones. Ours was off by 4 inches on the wall side (horizontal) and 2 inches on the cabinet bottom (inboard/outboard). [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2018-09-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A Great Space Saver I bought this product to replace a counter top unit. The unit is well designed and the instructions for its use are clear and easy to understand. In my case, the unit replaced a range hood well, and it would have been nice if the unit could have been hard wired to the to the power line which serviced the hood. I had to divert that wire to the cabinet over the range and install a duplex wall outlet in the cabinet itself. Beyond the inconvenience involved in that last, the unit was easily installed and functions perfectly. A nice solution for someone with limited counter space! [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2018-12-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from LOVE IT! I bought this to replace an existing above the store microwave. I liked the concept of the slimmer profile to have more space above the stove. Installation was simple. It heats up food a ton better than my old unit which was only 6 years old. It seems to pulse the heat so no more exploding veggies when heating up soup. Its also much quieter than my old microwave. It does stick out further than my old microwave but since its slimmer it feels more hood-like. Also the inside isn't nearly as tall as a conventional microwave but so far I haven't had any issues fitting items in. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2018-12-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Overall great, with a minor caveat I received this product on loan through a compensated consumer-product research test, where I tested at my home an unbranded pre-production model for around six months, offered feedback, and then tested the branded production model for a month. I was not influenced in any way to adjust my review beyond my genuinely-held thoughts from my personal experience using this product. Overall, this is a great microwave. It looks beautiful and its slim profile fits nicely into the space of our old range hood. It allowed us to remove our old countertop microwave and the built-in filter-fan (which does not vent to the outside but uses two charcoal filters) is much more powerful and effective than our old fan. While it didn't catch everything, I was surprised how much smoke it was able to clear. We rarely had to turn on our whole-house fan to clear smoke from cooking and never had the smoke alarm go off, which happened regularly with out old hood. The tradeoff comes with noise, the fan had several speeds, and at max speed it was noisy enough that we rarely used it past the lowest setting so my wife and I could still hear each other talk without raising our voices. Smoke is filtered through two charcoal filters, one on each side, and these were easy to remove for replacement by sliding a small spring latch on the panel, but getting them back in was a little tricky. The filter sits on top of the metal vent panel loosely without any kind of alignment guide so they shift around if you're not careful, and the way the panel's spring latch is designed it wasn't immediately easy to reinsert the panel's bent-metal spring latches into their slots in the hood, they seemed to not catch as expected, and consequently the filter popped out of my hands the first time I tried replacing it. It shot to the back of my range, almost lost to the black hole behind my stove. I got the hang of it after a little fiddling around. I don't know how long they'd last in every-day use, but during my testing days I had no problems with clogging. The controls are mostly hidden behind the door, with only a few sleek capacitive-touch "buttons" visible. On the left is the fan and LED light switches. The light had two settings and was at a perfect brightness to see what I was cooking. Our kitchen doesn't have any fancy lighting other than an overhead fluorescent, so it was a welcome addition to illuminate the range top, and much brighter than our old hood's dim incandescent light. The right has Start/Add 30 seconds, Stop/Lock, and Open, also capacitive. Opening the door felt responsive enough that the lack of haptic response (the kinesthetic feeling of resistance when you touch or push something, like a mechanical switch or lever) wasn't a concern. The designers compensated by adding a pleasant "ding" sound when the button was pressed as the internal motors released the door latch and the door swung open. The interior is coated in a silvery non-stick material that made cleanup very easy, much easier than our old microwave, and despite its slim design, I was able to stack two pyrex glass containers on top of one another for simultaneous reheating (with lids loosely placed for venting). Once the door is opened the cooking controls become visible. There are six dedicated cooking buttons (non-capacitive, they are smooth but have a slight mechanical give when pressed): Popcorn, Reheat, Steam/Simmer, Defrost, Cook, and Power. In terms of standard microwave function, i.e. timed cooking at specific power settings, the microwave performed well and as expected. It had enough power that cooking times didn't have to be excessively long, and thanks to the preprogrammed settings I rarely had to fiddle with manual power and time combos, as I did with my old microwave. The popcorn setting was pretty much spot on, it cooked for almost the exact time needed to pop all but a few kernels. I never had a time where it burned. I did have a time where a bag of kettle corn leaked liquid sugar, but that was likely due to the bag's "built-in bowl" design. Defrost worked mostly as expected. It worked better on meat that was more consistent in thickness, like steak, than things like a chicken breast, where it tended to cook the thin parts, defrost most of the rest but left a frozen chunk in the middle of the thickest part. I ended up thawing the chicken the rest of the way in cold water so as not to overcook the meat. Typically I prefer a thawing plate but the defrost setting works in a pinch. Even if it didn't thaw all the way it still cut off hours of dethaw time. Steam/simmer was the only setting I didn't use because I prefer to cook vegetables on the stovetop in a skillet. The reheat setting is the most interesting and innovative feature, and where my caveat comes in. The sensor technology was inconsistent and sometimes produced great results, but other times produced unexpected results. During preproduction testing, I didn't know how exactly the sensor worked, or what it was sensing, but since microwaves work by exciting water molecules and the friction from that is what causes the food to heat up, I guessed it might have something to do with sensing steam from the cooking food and calculating cook times based on what setting you used. This was confirmed by the production-model manual (I was given a heavily redacted manual for prepro testing that didn't fully explain all features and was instead directed to experiment). The manual gives guidelines for each setting with several common food types. I followed instructions as directed, but substituted plastic wrap with loose-fitting lids and containers because we don't like to use plastic wrap if we can help it (the manual did state loose-fitting covers or plastic wrap in the introduction, but listed plastic wrap in the specific feature sections). Pressing reheat multiple times gives you multiple options for automatic and sensor settings: Baked Goods (1-6 servings), Beverage (1 or 2 cups), Casserole (1-4 cups), Dinner Plate (senses one plate), Pizza (1-3 slices), Sauce (senses 1-4 cups), and Soup (senses 1-4 cups). Baked Goods was great for heating up a danish or roll just slightly to increase its softness. It worked well to revitalize some apple fritters that had started to get hard. This exceeded expectations. Beverage was perfect for heating up a cup of tea or coffee to a hot-but-not-too-hot temperature. I used this setting frequently and was always delighted at the consistently drinkable temperature for either one or two cups of liquid. I stopped heating water for tea on the stovetop. Exceeded expectations. Casserole and Dinner Plate were inconsistent. I experimented with these settings with various foods in various combinations and in various containers (Pyrex glass and plastic Rubbermaid mostly, but also plastic, paper, glass, and ceramic plates), and sometimes it reheated very well, like with chili, and sometimes it overcooked food. Ravioli with pesto overcooked to the point that the olive oil broke down and became watery. As I stated above, I have a feeling the inconsistency has to do with the food's water content, and whether or not you cover the food to release or contain steam. High water-content foods tended to cook better and more evenly, so I took to adding water to most dishes before reheating, especially things like leftover casserole or rice. Sauce and Soup were likewise inconsistent based, I think, on whether you covered the container or not. The manual states to cover, which is what I did. Reheating tomato sauce, I like to cover the container loosely to prevent splattering, but the sensor overcooks the sauce past the boiling (and splattering) point. We can hear the sputtering and have to stop the microwave early. Soup is similar and tends to continue cooking past a rapid boil so we would have to stop the machine early. The lack of a timer display during sensing (which obviously isn't possible if it's basing cook times on sensing steam) makes it difficult to tell if we stopped it very early or just before the sensor would stop itself. My wife is the big soup eater, and she didn't want to waste food by letting it run out its program just to see. The manual states to let sauces and soups sit for 2-3 minutes after cooking, so maybe it's supposed to over boil and then cool down afterward, but in practical use my hungry wife on her brief lunch break doesn't want to stand there and wait so she stops it early or uses the manual timed settings. The Pizza setting in the manual recommends using a paper plate and a paper towel under the slices, which I did. It heated the pizza to an appropriate temperature but it made the crust soft and chewy, though the flavors remained strong. This was as expected. Pizza is, for us, better reheated in a toaster oven to keep the crust crunchy. This is certainly faster than a toaster oven, though. When the food is done the microwave plays a pleasant little tune in place of the traditional ding or buzzer, as most appliances are wont to do these days. So in conclusion, I was very pleased with just about all aspects of this microwave and hood, and the issues we had with the sensor could probably be solved with some more tweaking of how I arrange food for reheating under different settings. Previous to this test, microwaves were dumb machines whose "convenience" features I never used because they didn't produce expected results, so it didn't matter much which microwave I bought as long as it was wasn't too weak in power and was cheap enough. This microwave has changed my thoughts on that. I will be sad to see it go, and though we've never spent this much on a microwave we may have to splurge and purchase this one to keep permanently. Recommended. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2018-03-30
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