Xbox power comsumption...

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User Info: XxTwisted26xX

XxTwisted26xX
3 years ago#1
In my room, I have a mini fridge, microwave and computer plugged into the same power outlet extension block. I was wondering if it would be okay to plug the Xbox One into the same block as those appliances and electronic?
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User Info: natevines

natevines
3 years ago#2
Sure thing bud. Doubt you'll blow a fuse. I've had a similar number of appliances plus my bf's curling iron
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User Info: CapwnD

CapwnD
3 years ago#3
That sounds like a really bad combo.
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User Info: XxTwisted26xX

XxTwisted26xX
3 years ago#4
So I just connected everything and the power went out in my room.... Im guessing all the plugs in the room are on the same circuit. Im using a 1200W microwave. I know microwaves in general are big power users. If i get say a 700W microwave will this not flip the circuit?
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User Info: prewittz77

prewittz77
3 years ago#6
If you're really that tight on wattage, unplug the fridge for the few seconds/minutes you need to use the microwave.
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User Info: XxTwisted26xX

XxTwisted26xX
3 years ago#7
Everything wasnt connected to same power coutlet btw. I connected the microwave directly into the top power outlet and power strip into the bottom power outlet. The computer and xbox and monitors are connected to bottom power outlet. I moved the mini fridge to toher side of the room to plug into its own power outlet
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User Info: XxTwisted26xX

XxTwisted26xX
3 years ago#8
Ya whats the normal wattage to rooms nowadays? So my PC uses 650Watts (in reference to power supply), im guessing the xbox uses the same, and fridge is around there,... wondering if a 700W microwave would fit the bill or still be too high.
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User Info: Keven_Koopa

Keven_Koopa
3 years ago#9
XxTwisted26xX posted...
So I just connected everything and the power went out in my room.... Im guessing all the plugs in the room are on the same circuit. Im using a 1200W microwave. I know microwaves in general are big power users. If i get say a 700W microwave will this not flip the circuit?


....why don't you just leave the microwave unplugged when you're not using it?
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Zezrs
3 years ago#10
Sounds edgy and dark
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