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Someone needs to inspect the safety ground in the receptacle
the refrigerator is plugged into. Being that you are getting shocked while
touching the handle is really a dangerous situation. If by chance you should be
standing in water when this happens could cause electrocution and death. Your
refrigerator should have a three prong plug that has not had the third prong
removed for safety reasons. You will need to confirm that the safety wire
leading from the chassis of your refrigerator has not been broken or altered in
any way. I also have seen cases that caused all metal appliances in a home would
give a shock and found the solution in a broken grounding bar inside the main
breaker box. In one case the cracked grounding bar was found behind the meter that
the power company uses to charge for power usage. I will be here should you
have any questions, Thanks Sea Breeze
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