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How many watts is a refrigerator?

Look for the voltage and amperage of the refrigerator, for example, see 115 V and 6.5 amplifiers. Multiplying these two numbers you say how much watt use the refrigerator -- in this case, 747.5 watt. smaller refrigerators usually use about 350 watt, while larger models use up to 780 watt.You can find the voltage and amperage of the refrigerator by looking at it. Multiplying these two numbers tells you how much power your fridge uses. Smaller refrigerators use 350 watt, while larger models use as much as 780 watt.

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