I just wanted to share with you something that I wish I had looked into before I purchased my GE Advantium 120.
First off...We purchased a couple of GE products from Sears. I've had good luck with Sears and the past and still do.
When I bought my double oven/5 burner stove and Advantium 120 I met all qualifications for a $100 rebate (that they still offer today). I met every requirement and checked the appropriate (and correct) model numbers on the rebate and sent in the UPC that was on the packing box. Months later I get a letter from GE saying I did not meet the criteria to receive the rebate because my model number was not included on their list (which they did...I did double check). If I had any complaints I needed to send in all the information again. I didn't have the UPC codes because they were already sent in...I contacted customer service and they said there was nothing they could do without the proper UPC label from the box.
Today, 1 1/2 years later (6 months out of warranty), my Advantium 120 died. Completely dead...no power. I checked the circuit and all outlets to reveal no problems outside of the machine.
This led me to investigate a little into this problem. It appears that this is a problem that many Advantium owners seem to have. If you own one and it hasn't broke yet, great! I hope it doesn't. But if your looking to buy an Advantium 120 by GE...Don't buy one. In case you misundertood...do not buy a GE Advantium 120.
I was upset at the thought that I spent $1,000 on an in wall oven/microwave that broke shortly after the warranty expired. But what got me mad was the fact that I found many other users with this same problem. The only thing that calmed me down was when I happened upon the Epinions Advantium 120 review link. I started to read the reviews out loud to my wife...there were so many horrible reviews for this product we couldn't believe it. But some of the comments from these unhappy customers is hilarious! We both broke out in laughter while I was reading them.
Please...stay away from this product! At least go read some of the poor reviews at epinions and visit the many other sites with people reporting the same problem in various discussion forums.