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Hi I have a Kitchenaid Superba fridge but it doesn't look like the one in the picture; it doesn't have water or ice. I need to know how many watts it requires because I live off the grid. Thanks

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I dont know what your voltage is but if 120 v at 6.5 amps would be about 600 to 800 watts . now if at 220 v cut that in 2 . this is only a guestmate but close . . the start watts will be higher but only to start the unit .. mm

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