I will keep that in mind.
The oper manual says 120v 60hz 15-20amp 1200 watt single phase power source, even though it's only a 700watt mic.
From talking to whirlpool auth repair it has inverter sensing board and shuts down the nuke. Then talked to inverter tech he says it's the way the power is going out of the inverter. More or less the current is alternated from one side of the plug to the other at a fast rate where the mic wants to see pure power and if not it will shut it off as far as the nuke.
Thanks for responding but I kinda think right now iI have fishing weight in this current application
, Unless I go to sine wave inverter which will really costs even more or I have to go to a genny there again more cost.
this mic was the perfect size for the cubby hole but leave it the engineers to make something better and screw it up all at the same time.
Thanks again Happy Trails