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Can anyone figure this one out. I recently defrosted the freezer part of a fridge/freezer and have since worked out that the fridge part uses less electricity when the thermostat is set to a lower temperature.

 

For some reason the fridge is much better at sustaining a lower temperature, than it was when I thought I had it set at a more economic setting.

 

Is it just that the thermostat is dodgy or that with a higher temperature setting, the fridge is having to turn of/off to try to obtain a temperature that it is difficult to manage, as part of a fridge/freezer set up. i.e if the fridge temperature is closer to that of the freezer, it is easier to manage in the overall set up.


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I have similar with my Hotpoint one, I think it depends on the makes... mine works really well at 2. I have to defrost it today though!

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