Summary: STAY AWAY FROM PANASONIC MICROWAVES!!! I guess I should be happy, it worked fine for 24 months, which for today's microwaves is probably great. BUT...yesterday it almost burnt down my house!!!
Summary: Up - dating my review now that I have used this for a while. I love this microwave. I use the sensor re-heat all the time for flawless heating. No more hot edges and cold in the middle. Also like the sensor cook, although I don't use as much. Mainly the frozen vegtable setting.
Summary: 1. When the microwave is on, it blocks all WiFi in the whole house. 2. Microwave died after less than a year. It usually doesn't recognize the door as being closed, so it won't turn on. The problem's been getting worse over the past few months so it's now unusable. "But there's a warranty, right?"..
Summary: As with many reviewers here, mine suffered from the dreaded door malfunction, where the microwave would not turn on unless one slammed or rubbed the door. Well, today, I finally had enough, and tore into the unit to figure out what the problem was.
Summary: The Panasonic NN-H765WF is a strange mixed bag. Compared to my 4 year old 1.2 cf microwave, this new 1.6 cf unit is much lighter. It also feels much more flimsy. Of course the Panasonic also cost less than half what I paid 4 years ago for my old unit.
Summary: It was an OK microwave, while it lasted. The "reminder beeps" were loud and offensive, and every time the power dropped for a second you had to manually turn them off again. But one day it just made sparks inside the circuit area and went up in smoke. No obvious reason...
Summary: Some time it works-some times it doesn`t. Will be returning it. Will be getting a Kenmore. My last Panasonic one was awesome. I`ve had Sharp,Oster and Panasonic in the past and Panasonic was the best. This new one the key pad was harder to use in that you had to press hard on the number buttons.