reply to alkizmo
Re: GFI outlet/refrigerator question I have spoken to numerous other homeowners in my neighborhood that had non-GFCI outlets installed in their garage specifically for a refrigerator. I understand that it's against code. What I gather from the advice on here is that I dont even need to check with anyone - just go pick up a new refrigerator, right? I can do that - it just seemed odd that a 6-7 yr old refrigerator would go bad. Also, if I bought a new refrigerator and put it on the same outlet how am I supposed to know if the fridge gets to the point that this one is supposedly at (faulty)?
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nunyaWho is John Galt?Premium,MVM
O Fallon, MO
You said your very self that you plugged the fridge into 2 different GFCI outlets, and they both tripped.
So did they or not?
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