The amount of electricity a refrigerator uses depends on the age and model of the appliance. Standard refrigerators between 10 and 20 years old that are 18 cubic feet in size use approximately 70 to 98 kilowatt hours in ... More »

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A refrigerator uses between 41 and 135 kilowatts per month, depending on its size and age. The larger and older a refrigerator is, the more electricity it uses. More »

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When an oven is on it uses very large amounts of electricity, ranging from 1000 watts to 5000 watts. When not in use, ovens require almost no energy at all. The amount of electricity used by an oven depends entirely on h... More »

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A refrigerator may not be cooling because the compressor may not be running or the electricity may be out. If interior lights are out in the refrigerator, a breaker may have been tripped and needs to be reset. More »

A GE Profile series refrigerator can be levelled one of two ways, depending upon whether the appliance has adjustable rollers or levelling legs, according to GE's official website. Adjusting the legs requires a turning m... More »

The refrigerator's owner may be able to solve a lot of the problems causing poor cooling, but if not, an appliance repair professional can complete the job. Trying the do-it-yourself options can save the expense of a ser... More »

Some types of problems encountered by fridge freezer owners include puddles of water, a refrigerator that is not cold enough and a noisy appliance. Some problems can be easily fixed, while others require a professional. More »

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