Question about Bosch Kitchen Appliances - Others
You most likely need to limit the number of appliances in use at one time. Microwaves , refrigerators typically have there own circuit. You will most likely need an electrician to run additional circuits for your kitchen.
Posted on Feb 15, 2015
There is no way to boost the amount of electricity to your kitchen, short of having an electrician run additional outlets on a new circuit. It sounds like you have too many appliances plugged into one circuit. Most kitchens built since the adoption of building codes have two small appliance circuits, usually on opposite sides of the room. Try moving the electric kettle across the room. If that doesn't work, try unplugging or at least not using the toaster, toaster oven, electric griddle, coffee maker, microwave, or other high demand appliances at the same time.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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