Thankyou for both of your posts.
I have heard both ideas, one that you can just tie it in, and other that you have to have a dedicated line.
I'm thinking it might be a better idea to run a dedicated line, since that circuit is already tripping the breaker with what is on it.
Back to the existing plug that runs the microwave, kettle,toater, etc since it trips the breaker would you put in a bigger breaker or run another line to the outlet (since it looks like I'll be running a line already for the dishwasher)
I was reading online that kitchen outlets should be wired with 12 guage (since they need 20 amp breakers for dishwasher and microvave) and that the dishwasher should also be wired with 12 guage wiring. I cheked all of my wiring and I only have 14 guage throughout the entire house...
Maybe they mena that a regular plug in microwave can run on 14 guage and if you install an over the range microwave then you need the 12 guage???