In addition to the items already mentioned the following items were missed:
The surface light on the microwave was not checked to ensure it goes on and off. (when these require a new circuit board the cost of repair is not feasible, cost of new microwave like that one is about $300) Found one recently that was stuck on all the time and correctly told my client that it was usually not feasable to repair these.
The video states that the kitchen inspection was finished… nope, have to come back and look for leaks again under the kitchen sink and around the dishwasher after it drains.
The fridge or fridge outlet was not checked to see if it improperly went off when the GFCI tripped.
The microwave outlet was not checked for “reverse polarity”.
The oven light was only checked by opening the door, the panel switch should also be checked for proper operation.
That type disposal is ok to operate with no water, water is only needed while grinding something. It should sound smooth when operated with no clicking and rough sounds.
As already mentioned, the anti tip was not checked or verified, that is a huge miss.
When you take the lower drawer out to check these you can also find oven outlets hanging loose by the wires etc.
I think I’ll stick to my 15 minute plus kitchen inspection.
added with edit: I know it would be hard to make that video and do all that talking but if you are going to produce a video for actual home inspection processes it should be much better than that.