How Many Amps Does a Refrigerator Pull?


A refrigerator typically pulls approximately 725 watts. The watts are similar to the amps. The covering area also determines how much amps are utilized.
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You can look on the back of the appliance and it will give that information; however, you can also call your electric provider, and they can tell you too. A 3.9 cubic foot appliance uses about 115 volts. So double that for an average size refrigerator.
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Depends on the fridge, location - meaning hot or cold climate, fridge location in the house, how many times the door is opened, and how much stuff is in the fridge.
A 3.9 cu ft fridge used 1.4 amps, some others use as much as 11.2 amps like a dishwasher would. This information can be found on the back of each refrigerator.
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