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Are there fuses in fridges?

It's only one reason for a refrigerator to blow a fuse. The circuit overloads. When the circuit draws too much power, the internal wire can be broken. Is this true? Refrigerators do not have a lot of electronics that can draw enough power to blow a fuse.

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