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I dont know if i wire the white wire from my plug to the blue or brown wire from the disposal???

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The microwave should be wired to a dedicated breaker. All the appliances in the kitchen should have dedicated breakers.
Wiring it to the disposal would be a code violation in most areas, and could be a potential fire hazard.

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