Question about Refrigerators
Your wall outlet is overloaded. A Microwave requires it's own circuit. Possible solutions: Check to see if any other outlets are not working. If so remove anything from the other outlets so the Microwave is the only appliance on the circuit or outlets. Also you might replace the breaker that was flipped. Sometimes that get weak and flip easily.
hope this will sort your problem
Posted on Jul 15, 2009
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