depends on what the source voltage is. Also depends on if the white wire is actually being used as a neutral and not hooked up as a hot wire. Electrons don't care what color the insulation is on a wire.

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Dan Bunker voted up Tom Jackson's answer

Well, remember how the refrigerator cools food.

It removes the heat from the air in the closed, discrete space within the refrigerator and "pumps" it into the kitchen.

So no matter how you rig it up, whatever heat you remove from the room the refrigerator is in goes right back into the room.

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Electricity has changed life in the modern world as we know it. Everything is digital now. Computers and electronic devices use electricity to operate.

Climate control in living areas requires electricity. Air conditioning and Heat are examples of climate control. Entertainment uses electricity. Sound equipment, lighting, and if it is television there is transmitting equipment … Read more

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Dan Bunker voted up Anonymous' answer
To convert a horse power (HP) into Kilowatts (kW) simply multiply the horse power by 0.746 HP x 0.746 = kW and To convert Kilowatts (kW) into a horse power (HP) simply multiply the Kilowatts by 1.34 kW x 1.34 = HP