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There are 2 different wattage's on a microwave oven.
1 The wattage a microwave oven uses from your wallsocket that is in a range from 1500 watt to 2500 watt. you can read this on the typeshield on the back of the oven.
2 The wattage the oven put in you food. ( that is also the wattage that a foodpackage or recepy mentions. it is normal in the range from 600 to 1200 watt. you have too lookup this in the manual or manufacturers website.
Look on the back for the power requirements, them muliply the number of amps drawn times 100 . example 10 amps times 100 = approx 1000 watts, that will give you an approx. wattage. hope this helps