Should a freezer be plugged into a GFCI outlet?
A. That the protection orifice to which it refers is a GFCI, or interruption container of the circuit of the terrestrial defects, and GFCI are required by the construction code in garages, kitchens, bathrooms, and outside of the new houses. Thus, freezers and refrigerators should not be connected in GFCI.
Can a microwave be plugged into any outlet?
The short answer is yes, and it will work very well. The longer answer is that, in some places, the electric code requires a microwave oven to be in your circuit. Which means that you have a switch on the electric panel that is only at the container if the microwave oven is connected.
Can you put a GFCI outlet on a GFCI circuit?
Yes, it can be done. No problem having a GFI powered from another GFI. My delivery is to replace both GFI containers and installing a standard circuit breaker. You will get the same protection, but more comfort.
Should a microwave be on a GFCI?
With respect to the clarified question (see NEC 2014) The refrigerator container and dedicated microwave container do not require GFCI protection as these containers are not installed to serve the surfaces of the kitchen counter and are probably more than 6 distances from the edge of the kitchen sink.
Does a microwave need a special outlet?
The microwave needs a dedicated 20 volt amplifier, the 120125 volt circuit to power it. This will require 122 NM of ground wire. Although it is not uncommon to see microwave ovens connected to standard electrical outlets, the larger microwave ovens can extract up to 1500 watts, and need their dedicated circuits.