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One of four types tested by NIST researchers, this top-mount refrigerator freezer was outfitted with three thermocouples in each compartment, sampling the temperature every 30 seconds. In all units tested, electric heaters used to free ice from molds accounted for about three-quarters of ice-maker energy consumption.
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