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So refrigerators in general are not supposed to plug into extension cords and then to the wall outlet so it's not something I would recommend doing but if you wanted to do this you just need a regular heavy duty extension cord that is rated for 20 amps to make sure you don't have a problem. The refrigerator will never draw more than 15 amps as long as nothing fails so you can get away with a 15 amp cord if needed, but just to make sure the cord isn't your weak point if something happens to the refrigerator I'd get a 20 amp cord.
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