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Do refrigerators need to be gfci protected?

Commercial buildings and kitchens are required to have a ground fault circuit interrupter. ... The circuit feeding the refrigerator outlet can be either 15-A or 20-A. In an unfinished basement of a dwelling unit, the refrigerator must have a GFCI circuit.

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