Question about LG LMV1630 Convection/Microwave Oven
Are you referring to tripping the breaker? The microwave runs on 110 volts, and if you are referring to a central HVAC unit, it runs on 220. No way the one could blow the other, unless you are referring to a window unit. If it is tripping the breaker, you could start by replacing the breaker (can buy at Home Depot or Lowes), and if it still continues to trip the breaker, then it is more than likely the capacitor.
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