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Old 07-27-2015, 04:26 PM   #71
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Get a good, but light duty PURE SINE wave 2000 watt (try out of Oregon) and you can run the Micro too as long as you are not going to try to cook for a long time.
I figured we would burn it out everybody does there first time, so we went cheap.

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Old 07-27-2015, 11:57 PM   #72
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I figured we would burn it out everybody does there first time, so we went cheap.
You can start out with an half decent modified sine wave, and that will run a TV or in my case since the TV is 12 v I use either a little 200 watt or a 400 watt that I keep handy to run my Direct TV box. I just decided that for the Micro or hair dryer or what ever that makes heat would heat up too much on a Modified Sine so I opted for the Pure Sine I blew the first one up and it might have been my error, but Don Rowe and Samlex replaced it no questions asked. That was part of how I got so well acquainted with tech support from both companies and found them to both be totally responsive.

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