Question about Microwave Ovens
First of all, is this to power a microwave?
If so, it is always recommended that microwave be on it's own breaker with nothing else attached to that breaker. This is due to the typically high current draw (12+ amps) of the oven.
The most important items which should be on a ground fault interrupter are those which may fall into water or get wet, but it's of course never a bad idea to use a GFI.
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Posted on Mar 18, 2008
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