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Question, can you tell me why you need to hardwire it in?
ok, in where you placed the existing plug in already, you have the following colors correct
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Ok, let's take a look at this;
Here is how I am reading this, you will need to run a new line to your Microwave, this needs to be a black, and red, both hot and on a maximum of a 20 amp breaker each.
Then you will need to run a white and a ground
See the pictures this is not a standard 110 hookup, and your plugin will not work, sorry
You will defiantly want to have a electrician run this for you. This is going to be quite a job
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the white is the neutral, green is the ground, and black and red are hot.
Any time you need to do this it could get costly, I would suggest if the home is yours, you might see if you have a electrician friend that can assist you.
Depending on the distance I would say that it can run no less the $300 and up, That's saying it was a close run.
If the power box is far away it can start adding up quick, the cable, labor to run it the distance can really add up.
I am sorry to have to be the barrier of bad news, but again, this will be quite a job