Do refrigerator magnets increase the energy consumption of a refrigerator due to induction?

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No. A refrigerator magnet does not have a strong enough magnet field to affect your motor. Also the motor is mounted either at the top of bottom of your fridge. Far enough away from the outside of the door.
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