Refrigerator outlet-- move or add another?
I am installing an undercabinet coffee maker in the cabinet next to my refrigerator. The coffee maker is so deep, that there won't be room to plug in the coffee maker or can opener in the backsplash outlet.
It is right next to the refrigerator, but that outlet is too low on the wall to reach from the coffee maker. If I raise that outlet, I could still pull the refrigerator out far enough to unplug it (fridge cord is pretty long) and also use that outlet for the coffee maker. The can opener can be plugged into the coffee maker.
Should the refrigerator have its own outlet -- would it overload it to add the coffee maker and can opener?
Rather than relocate the refrigerator outlet, could I just add another outlet straight up the wall from it using the same wiring?
Why do my projects always become so complicated?