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Costco Members: Ancona 30" Wall Mount Pyramid 450 CFM Range Hood (Black) EXPIRED

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Costco Wholesale has for their Members: Ancona 30" Wall Mount Pyramid 450 CFM Range Hood (Black Stainless Steel, AN-1574) for $179.99. Shipping is free.

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  • 30-inch Wall Mount Pyramid Style Range Hood in premium black stainless steel – resists smudges and fingerprints
  • Pure Lights 2 x 2.55-Watt non-flickering LED lights - Designed by Ancona, powerful, bright, and eco-friendly, known to last up to 10 times longer than conventional lights
  • 450 CFM - Independently tested. cETLus certified
  • 3-speed LCD electronic touch control panel- easy to use
  • Time delay auto shut off - removes lingering odors
  • Discreet logo to blend in with all kitchen appliances
  • Clean Filter 3-layer aluminum filters in black - dishwasher safe

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    • Price valid through 7/13/22 while supplies last
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StrongHerring371 asked this question on 07-02-2022 at 07:47 PM
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The diagram shows the vertical piece can vary between 15.75 and 30.7 inches. The total height would be between 26.35 and 41.3 inches.

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None if they both vent out. Recirculating is odd.
But if you have no hood installed and you want one while renovating your kitchen, make sure it can handle the btu from the cooktop otherwise youll fail your electrical inspection unless you install a FAI damper with auto sensor.
microwave vents are pretty bad. On our GE Profile vented microwave that the builder installed barely does anything even on "Blast" mode (and its loud). Had a GE tech come out and their test to see if it is working properly is to put it on the middle mode and if it holds a piece of paper up then its working. The tech said that all exhaust vents on microwaves are pretty bad.

I'm waiting for the microwave to die and then i'm slapping a hood in the spot and going with a coutertop microwave.
Microwave vents are straight trash.

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What makes this a convertible?
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The top comes down?

It means it can vent or recirculate
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Is this better than a microwave with the same cfm ratings?

Any significant benefits?
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Is this better than a microwave with the same cfm ratings?

Any significant benefits?
None if they both vent out. Recirculating is odd.
But if you have no hood installed and you want one while renovating your kitchen, make sure it can handle the btu from the cooktop otherwise youll fail your electrical inspection unless you install a FAI damper with auto sensor.
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None if they both vent out. Recirculating is odd.
But if you have no hood installed and you want one while renovating your kitchen, make sure it can handle the btu from the cooktop otherwise youll fail your electrical inspection unless you install a FAI damper with auto sensor.
Didn't even think that would be an issue. Figured it would be common sense for these to be rated for the btus.
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This only matter if using gas stove right?
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make sure it can handle the btu from the cooktop otherwise youll fail your electrical inspection
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Is this better than a microwave with the same cfm ratings?

Any significant benefits?
microwave vents are pretty bad. On our GE Profile vented microwave that the builder installed barely does anything even on "Blast" mode (and its loud). Had a GE tech come out and their test to see if it is working properly is to put it on the middle mode and if it holds a piece of paper up then its working. The tech said that all exhaust vents on microwaves are pretty bad.

I'm waiting for the microwave to die and then i'm slapping a hood in the spot and going with a coutertop microwave.
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Yeah builder grades are probably low end on cfm. I meant to ask the ones which are approx 4-500 cfm exhausted outside is comparable or if this is better.
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Do they have it in white?
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microwave vents are pretty bad. On our GE Profile vented microwave that the builder installed barely does anything even on "Blast" mode (and its loud). Had a GE tech come out and their test to see if it is working properly is to put it on the middle mode and if it holds a piece of paper up then its working. The tech said that all exhaust vents on microwaves are pretty bad.

I'm waiting for the microwave to die and then i'm slapping a hood in the spot and going with a coutertop microwave.
Unless you have other reasons...don't wait, do it now!
1) you start enjoying the benefits starting *today* and 2) you can actually/potentially sell the GE microwave while it still works. So, why wait?
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Unless you have other reasons...don't wait, do it now!
1) you start enjoying the benefits starting *today* and 2) you can actually/potentially sell the GE microwave while it still works. So, why wait?
I thought about turning the built in microwave into a counter top one
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I thought about turning the built in microwave into a counter top one
Imo built-ins are way too big to be used as a countertop. They are a lot more expensive too so I say sell it and get a true countertop model before the built-in fad goes away lol
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Imo built-ins are way too big to be used as a countertop. They are a lot more expensive too so I say sell it and get a true countertop model before the built-in fad goes away lol
Unless you have a deeper countertop you can't use these built ins as cou ter top microwave as these need some clearance under the door in order to open (basically an inch or so).
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