Question about Samsung MW5351G Microwave Oven
Main power ground some where between the outside line and the meter.
Have a electrician to check for you if you are not familiar with millimeter and electricity. Danger !!!!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Sounds like your microwave's outlet is on the same circuit with the lights.
High-current devices like microwave ovens should be on their own breaker if possible.
If the dimming is very slight, it may be okay.
If it's considerable, it may be a good idea to run a separate line to the microwave's outlet - especially if it starts blowing your breaker!
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Posted on Feb 08, 2009
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