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It is a few years since I bought my Surgemaster so I am not sure if the product has been changed. Although these adapters are designed for sensitive electronics such as computers and televisions, I cannot see any reason why it could not be used with a fridge, provided that the current load does not exceed the manufactu… see more It is a few years since I bought my Surgemaster so I am not sure if the product has been changed. Although these adapters are designed for sensitive electronics such as computers and televisions, I cannot see any reason why it could not be used with a fridge, provided that the current load does not exceed the manufacturers specification see less It is a few years since I bought my Surgemaster so I am not sure if the product has been changed. Although these adapters are designed for sensitive electronics such as computers and televisions, I cannot see any reason why it could not be used with a fridge, provided that the current load does not exceed the manufacturers specification
By R. Penney on 13 August 2014
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I don't have the unit any more, but if I remember correctly, the unit has to be plugged in.
By Paul Williams on 23 February 2014
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