I found this nice 1000W microwave manufactured January 1995 and made in Korea. The brand is Goldstar. I know it was in the garbage, but who care? the guy probably bought a new one since the plate is a little broken on side, but doesn't hurt as checked. now, thie thing is:
Looking at the voltage, it says this: 4.0KV
Does this microwave drains power out of some stuff? Like, If I plug it on my less used plug, it has the TV and a VCR. If I plug this, will it pwn everything and make a short. Remember that this microwave is powerful and it's not a piece of junk...well, I hope so! I almost broke my back bringing it home lol!
BTW, I have this as a warning:
To ensure continued protection against shock hazard, connect to properly grounder outlets only.
What's that supposed to mean lol?