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How much electricity does a fridge in a garage cost to operate?

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2013-07-18 16:22:34
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This can be only calculated by knowing what the wattage draw of the fridge is and what the utility company charges you per kilowatt hour. To find the wattage multiply the amps times the volts of the fridge. To find the kilowatt/hour you are charged, look on your utility bill or call the company and ask what you are charged per kilowatt hour.

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