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Silencing Emerson MW8999SB

Does anyone know how to silence Emerson mw8999sb microwave? We are a small office and it is loud and disruptive. There is no obvious silence button and who knows where the manual is. Found one online but I couldn't see anything. Hoping someone knows a way though.

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MW8999SB is 900 WATTS.

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From what I could find, it should be 10 1/2 inches in overall diameter.
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Posted on Mar 31, 2010

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Emerson microwave not working 900 watts


The Emerson MW8999SB 0.9 cu. ft. 900 watt Microwave Oven is relatively compact, and certainly inexpensive, but doesn't skimp on functionality. We were surprised at all the options you get with this little microwave. It's only 20 inches wide, 11.3 inches high and 16.1 inches deep yet. The interior can still accommodate a regular size dinner plate or small (10-inch-square or round) casserole. Plus, there are 10 power levels, eight one-touch function buttons, six Express Cook settings, timed and automatic defrost options, and a rotating glass turntable to circulate the food for more even cooking.

We were very pleased with the performance of the Emerson MW8999SB. It did a fine job heating water for tea, cooking a couple of baked potatoes, reheating leftovers and steaming fresh vegetables. Even the automatic defrost proved surprisingly efficient, letting you enter the weight of the item(s) to be defrosted (4-100 ounces) for easy operation. Chicken breasts were almost fully defrosted after one cycle. We needed to stop and separate the food pieces to finish the defrost cycle.

The unit is styled mainly in black but has stainless steel trim around the door and control panel. The smooth touchpad control panel is attractive and easy to wipe clean. We loved the one-touch Express Cook buttons, which let you activate the unit at 100 percent power for 1-6 minutes, by pressing the corresponding number pad. We also appreciated extra touches such as the Start/+30 sec. button, which can be used to start the oven or add an extra 30 seconds each time it is depressed.

It's hard to go wrong when the functions are so simple. The only tricky part was identifying certain codes used on the display screen. When changing the power level, for instance, PL10 is displayed on the screen. Pressing the button additional times lets you toggle through the different levels. Likewise, the Auto Cook settings may need to be pressed multiple times to obtain the correct weight or portion for the food being cooked.

We were amazed that a machine costing so little also offered two-stage cooking, which lets you start cooking (or defrosting) on one setting and finish on another. All in all, the Emerson MW8999SB is an excellent value.


Pros: Touchpad controls, eight one-touch function buttons, six Express Cook settings, two-stage coking option
Cons: Limited interior capacity can only accommodate dishes up to 10 inches, no sensor

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I HAVE A MICROWAVE MODEL EMERSON MW8999SB IS NOT HOT


I unplugged mine and let it sit for a few mins then plugged it back in and it works again....Yeah Me!!!!!!!!

Jun 08, 2012 | Emerson Microwave Ovens

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Emerson mw8999sb rattles when running?


It is probably the turntable glass platter that is rotating when the microwave oven is running, this is not uncommon and nothing to worry about.

Mar 26, 2012 | Emerson Microwave Ovens

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Model MW8999SB is not heating anything?


If the microwave powers up and everything appears to work then the problem is the magnetron, "heats food and is the heart of the unit" it is cheaper to replace the whole oven rather having it repaired.

Mar 03, 2012 | Emerson Microwave Ovens

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I have a emerson mw8999sb microwave. When not in use it makes a weird staticky sound, the really weird thing is that it does it even when it is unplugged. Can any one help me with this issue


Have you found an answer to this yet ? My same model started doing this last night. I purchased it back in probably March sometime.

Jan 04, 2011 | Microwave Ovens

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Emerson MW8999SB 900-Watt Microwave replacement plate


From what I could find, it should be 10 1/2 inches in overall diameter.
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Mar 31, 2010 | Microwave Ovens

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I have an emerson 900w microwave mw8999sb sn908003050mm. I have tried cooking in it and setting the timer at the same time to time something else that I am cooking. Can it be done with this type of...


The owner's manual is here, and it does not mention that as a feature.

One way to prove that is to press the "Kitchen Timer" pad while the oven is cooking and see if anything happens.

No modern microwave that we know of has this dual function, but it sounds interesting.

We're happy to help you with free advice and we'd appreciate your thoughtful rating of our answer.

Nov 28, 2009 | Emerson MW8168B Microwave Oven

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The oven sparks and gives a loud hum during use with plastic food containers. This scares my wife and mom terribly. I have an Emerson 900W microwave oven (model:MW8999SB).


It seems as though the container has a small amount of metal embedded in it ... don't assume just because it is plastic you can put it in the microwave.
Tip ... put just the plastic container in empty and try it. If the plastic get hot then it's the wrong type plastic for a microwave

Oct 02, 2009 | Microwave Ovens

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