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Panasonic NN-ST776SQPQ

Panasonic NN-ST776SQPQ

MPN: NNST776SQPQ
2.5 from 8 reviews

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Disappointed

DisappointedMetropolitan Adelaide, SA

The Panasonic Microwave NN-ST776S is extremely disappointing!

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Purchased in October 2019.

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Panasonic
Panasonic Australia C.Panasonic
Disappointed
Disappointed

I have never heard such rot that the seconds button was removed to stop food being overcooked! This is an incredulous statement. And very disappointing coming from Panasonic.


KES

KESGreater Melbourne (Inner), VIC

  • 2 reviews

Not fit for purpose

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Purchased in November 2018 for $328.00.

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Cheryl

Cheryl

  • 6 reviews
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The Genius? I think not!

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Purchased in January 2019 at Harvey Norman for $393.00.

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bizins

bizinsSouth East Queensland, QLD

  • 17 reviews
  • 8 likes
  • Verified purchase

A great microwave but could be more user friendly

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Date PurchasedSep 2018
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Panasonic
Panasonic Australia C.Panasonic

Hi Bizins, thank you for taking the time to provide such a detailed review. We appreciate the great detail you have provided.


jacob

jacobMetropolitan Adelaide, SA

  • 2 reviews

Excellent machine !!

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Excellent product!! Settings are easily understandably.
The machine is very quiet compared with a different model from a different make.
The interior is white, so you actually can see inside and watch what's cooking !!
This was not possible with a model from a different manufacturer.
Highly recommended! Any time again!!

Date PurchasedJun 2018

Problem that needs to be addressed

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Very disappointed with this product, in the daylight I cannot see the display screen because it is too dim so cannot use microwave during the daytime, also if display screen is viewed 10cm below the horizontal same problem I cannot see the display screen. It is an obvious design flaw, I rang customer service and were not interested with my complaint and were dismissive of the design flaw

Date PurchasedJan 2018

2 weeks and H97 error

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Microwave was fine for 2 weeks and did was it was supposed to. Light usage and two weeks later it's dead. Panasonic customer service was dreadful, would only say I had to drive it to service centre (90min round trip minimum) and I don't have a car. How is that acceptable? Do not want. Ever. Again.

Date PurchasedJan 2018

Pearl

PearlAdelaide

  • 5 reviews

Very good

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We are happy with the performance look programs easy to clean .style and is aesthetic look in the kitchen the interior is white and the previous one we had was black the white is much better

Questions & Answers

Howard

Howardasked

How do you add 2 seconds to the 10 second timing. 12 seconds makes the turntable turn one complete turn bringing a handle back to the front

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Cheryl
Cheryl

short answer - you can't! You can only add time in multiples of 10 seconds. Crazy, I know! Add that to the many basic features missing in this microwave.


Brian W.

Brian W.asked

Hi our new microwave keeps turning itself off!
You need to in plug it and give it s few seconds plug it in and it works again?

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bizins
bizins

If you mean that the light in the top right goes out it may be a faulty unit = warranty claim.
If it does have a light but it won't react to any keypad inputs, try pushing the Stop/Reset pad and try again. This works for me.

Brian W.
Brian W.

Hi I spoke to Harvey Norman who confirmed it was a faulty unit!
They have taken it to send away for warranty as it’s 2 weeks old!!


Cheryl

Cherylasked

Why is the panel often unresponsive until Reset/Stop is pressed again in standby mode when it had previously completed its cycle? Appreciate your feedback, thanks.

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bizins
bizins

I don't know why, but I have had the same experience several times. It only seems to occur when you have finished cooking something a couple of minutes ago or less. I assumed it was related to a built-in cooling break(?)

Cheryl
Cheryl

Could be but let's see what Panasonic has to say. There's nothing in the manual even under the troubleshooting section, Thanks for taking the time to reply.


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Details

CategoryMicrowaves
Price (RRP) $429.00
Type Conventional
FeaturesInverter and Sensor Cooking
Capacity44L
Dimensions 304 x 555 x 493 mm
Door MechanismPush Release
Colour / Finish Silver/Stainless Steel

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  • GTIN13: 8887549648007
  • MPN: NNST776SQPQ

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