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Multiply the Voltage times the current to get wattage. The information plate on the unit will give you both numbers. In either case the MAX it would use would on a 15amp 120 Volt circuit would be 1800 watts. If its on a 20 amps circuit it would be 2400 watts. Unless its on a 220V circuit it would be one or the other. If its installed properly it should be on its own circuit breaker, see what size of circuit breaker its on and use the appropriate value. it could be less but it will not be more than these values.
3M 7447 pads get at auto parts store or more aggressive 180 grit
sandpaper going with the grain of course. For daily cleaning use
DeBruce Polish, it is non-toxic and odorless. DeBruce polish is
also non-abrasive, also use DeBruce Polish on glass/ceramic cook tops.
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