How Much is my Refrigerator Worth?

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How much your refrigerator is worth depends on a variety of factors. Any refrigerator that works can be worth 50 to a few hundred dollars. Call appliance stores in your area and get a price range for the type of frig you have. Also call used appliance stores.
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How much one's refrigerator is worth depends on several things. The value of this type of appliance depends on the make, model, year, and most importantly, the condition of the appliance. There are not blue books for appliance values, but one can check classifieds and auctions for similar makes and models of the refrigerator to obtain an average value of the appliance. Another way to determine value of the refrigerator is to seek the service of an appraiser.
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