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    June 2010. [[http://offthemark.com/search-results/key/microwave oven]].<[[http://offthemark.com/search-results/key/microwave oven]]>.
    "Interesting Facts." Odec - Online Digital Education Connection. Web. 06 June 2010. <http://www.odec.ca/projects/2004/zerb4n0/public_html/interesting_facts.html>.
    1946, Late. "The History of the Microwave Oven." Welcome to the Gallawa Family Web Site. Web. 06 June 2010. <http://www.gallawa.com/microtech/history.html>.
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    June 2010. <http://offthemark.com/search-results/key/microwave oven/>.[[http://offthemark.com/search-results/key/microwave oven]].
    "Interesting Facts." Odec - Online Digital Education Connection. Web. 06 June 2010. <http://www.odec.ca/projects/2004/zerb4n0/public_html/interesting_facts.html>.
    1946, Late. "The History of the Microwave Oven." Welcome to the Gallawa Family Web Site. Web. 06 June 2010. <http://www.gallawa.com/microtech/history.html>.
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  1. page History edited ... The first microwaves weren't as small as they are today. The first microwave was built as tall…
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    The first microwaves weren't as small as they are today. The first microwave was built as tall and as large as a fridge, which is unbelievable today. The first microwave was brought to a Boston restaurant for further testing. After it was tested and approved, it finally hit the market in 1947 and sold for $5,000. The only problem with it, was it had to be water-cooled so the pumping instillation were required with buying the microwave. It wasn't selling great on the market, but after a few improvements, smaller build, and less expense, the microwave finally began to sell. It was mostly bought for restaurants and vending companies which used it to heat foods or keep them warm, which saved money, because less food had to be thrown away.
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