The manufacturer of this product does not provide electrical ratings or requirements in the manual
.It looks to be a small commercial type, but seems to available for purchase at many home appliance / small electrics departments in mainstream stores. Check the electrical rating of the machine.. it should be on a tag or label near the cord. If the machine is rated 1440 watts or less, it can be connected to a 15 amp circuit. If more than 1440 but less than 1920, it will require a 20 amp circuit.
If it has a standard plug, it should work in a standard kitchen counter outlet. A standard kitchen counter outlet in North America is rated for 120 volts / 20 amps. I would suspect that this appliance requires a fairly large amount of power for a short period of time, so it may be similar to a toaster or coffeemaker. That means it would need at least 12 amps itself. If you are trying to use this machine while another appliance is on / running on the same circuit - it is very likely that the fuse or circuit breaker would open. When the fuse does open - it should be replaced with a fuse of the same amp rating - never increased. If there are other devices that shut off because of the fuse opening when using this machine, disconnect them at the outlets. Shut off lights that go out, too.
Replace the fuse and try to use the machine. If it works, your problem is that there is too much on at the same time. You'll need to find a different circuit to plug the machine into that has little other load when the machine is in use, or rearrange the other devices so that this machine can be plugged in where you want it. The last resort would be to call an electrician to either add a new circuit
or two or, split up the existing circuits so that they will have more
capacity. If it doesn't work, you'll need to test some more by locating a circuit that has little or no load on it already - a circuit with only one plug on it is ideal, but can be hard to find. Once you're sure that everything on the circuit is unplugged / shut off, try again. If it still fails - it's likely that something is wrong with the machine.
I hope this helps and good luck!