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Low voltage When our microwave Kenmore model 721.63252301, serial No.603TAO1746, is in operation, cause a low voltage in the house net. When is not in use the operation voltage in the net is normal. What is happening with this device. Thanks

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Solution: I assumed the device was in good condition, because heat without problem, then I isolate the failure in between the main breaker and the outlet.
The problem was in the line. (110 volts) not properly grounded and maybe with bad size of diameter wire.
I made a independent power supply only for the microwave including his own breaker.- The problem is over. Thanks.

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