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Someone on Facebook said that her fridge was ruined due to a power surge and that the cost of replacing the damaged parts was high but what really drove her decision to get a new one was that the parts wouldn't be available until late April.

A person recommended installing a whole-house surge protector, but another responder commented that some warranties are invalidated if a surge protector is used. That was a new one to me -- anybody heard of something like that?
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