What is the wattage of this unit ? Model number N 705M NEC

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Look on the back of it and you will see it. I would say 700 watts

Posted on Mar 13, 2009

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Most home Microwaves draw about 12-14 amps. You could figure your wattage at about 1680 watts. Calculated by factoring the voltage of most units 120V times the typical amperage draw of 12-14 amps. so wattage is volts times amps or (12-14 X 120) 1440-1680 watts

Sep 21, 2017 | Goldstar Microwave Ovens

There should be a sticker or plate mounted on the door jam of the unit that will say what the wattage is. if not, contact the manufacturer with the model number and they'll be able to tell you.

Mar 17, 2015 | Microwave Ovens

It should be listed along with the model and serial number inside the door frame or on the back side...

If it doesn't list wattage, Volts X Amps = Watts.

If it doesn't list wattage, Volts X Amps = Watts.

Feb 16, 2014 | GE JVM1440 Microwave Oven

http://www.sharpusa.com doesn't have your manual. But you can find it yourself on the

back of the unit - the wattage should be listed.

If only the amperage is given (you know the voltage is 120 VAC RMS), so using Ohm's Law, you can calculate wattage:

Watts = 120 Volts X Amps

back of the unit - the wattage should be listed.

If only the amperage is given (you know the voltage is 120 VAC RMS), so using Ohm's Law, you can calculate wattage:

Watts = 120 Volts X Amps

May 13, 2011 | Sharp R-2A48 Microwave Oven

The output wattage is 1100 watts. It can be found on the second page of the operating instruction manual. If you don't have one, you can download it at retrevo.com, just enter the model number and get a pdf of the manual. Hope this helps you.

Apr 19, 2011 | Panasonic NN-S540 Microwave Oven

There is no reference to this model on the GE website, but have a look at this webpage:

http://products.geappliances.com/MarketingObjectRetrieval/Dispatcher?Name=340104_jvm1851bhchshwh_r3.pdf&RequestType=PDF

The wattage of this model JVM1851 is 1100W.

If the model is a counter top unit, you can check whether there is a plate at the back of the oven with the wattage on it.

http://products.geappliances.com/MarketingObjectRetrieval/Dispatcher?Name=340104_jvm1851bhchshwh_r3.pdf&RequestType=PDF

The wattage of this model JVM1851 is 1100W.

If the model is a counter top unit, you can check whether there is a plate at the back of the oven with the wattage on it.

Feb 26, 2011 | Microwave Ovens

hi, you are correct it is 950 watts as you have read this on the microwave itself, when they sold these they kept the same model number but as they bought newer ones out the wattage increased so they kept the same number so its nothing to worry about it was just yours must have been a newer model then the first ones they made.

the first ones they made started at 700 then they did an 850 then a 950 so you are right its just a case of giving the same model number as the only difference is the wattage everything else is exactly the same, you wouldnt tell the difference if you had them side by side as its only the wattage that changed on this model

the first ones they made started at 700 then they did an 850 then a 950 so you are right its just a case of giving the same model number as the only difference is the wattage everything else is exactly the same, you wouldnt tell the difference if you had them side by side as its only the wattage that changed on this model

Jul 10, 2010 | GE JES735WJ Microwave Oven

Per the owner's manual, it is an 800 watt unit.

Click on this link, then enter your model number "wes0930" and then click on "Use and Care Manual" to download your manual:

http://genet.geappliances.com/DocSearch/Dispatcher

I've never heard of a microwave that lets you change the cooking power output. The magnetron tube that produces the microwaves only has off or on modes. No "low wattage" mode.

The "percentage cooking power" adjustments you can make on the control panel only cycle the microwaves on and off to reduce the amount of time the oven is actually cooking.

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Click on this link, then enter your model number "wes0930" and then click on "Use and Care Manual" to download your manual:

http://genet.geappliances.com/DocSearch/Dispatcher

I've never heard of a microwave that lets you change the cooking power output. The magnetron tube that produces the microwaves only has off or on modes. No "low wattage" mode.

The "percentage cooking power" adjustments you can make on the control panel only cycle the microwaves on and off to reduce the amount of time the oven is actually cooking.

If this information was useful, please select YES to the first two rating questions. Good Luck and thank you!

Oct 22, 2009 | GE Spacemaker JVM1640SJ Microwave Oven

i just checked my R-3A36 manual to find out the wattage. it's 800 watts. i make pralines in my microwave. i am always asked for the recipe. so i needed to be able to tell people the wattage of my oven so they can adjust the recipe to their oven.

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Oct 06, 2009 | Sharp Microwave Ovens

Wattage is based upon voltage & current. I would think that on the 1300W unit, either the voltage or the current is higher than that which is used on the 1200W unit.

Perhaps the magnetron in the 1300W unit is being driven harder. Are the fans the same size?, The magnetron in the 1300W could be running harder and they have a larger fan in it.

In any event, if the part numbers are the same, you should have no trouble using one units parts to fix the other.

Good luck!

- Jim

Perhaps the magnetron in the 1300W unit is being driven harder. Are the fans the same size?, The magnetron in the 1300W could be running harder and they have a larger fan in it.

In any event, if the part numbers are the same, you should have no trouble using one units parts to fix the other.

Good luck!

- Jim

Feb 17, 2008 | Panasonic NN-S561 Microwave Oven

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