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- August 13, 2003 at 10:20 am #250845
All appliances pull power, even when off or not in use. If you ever
listen by your tv set, for example, you will hear a light buzzing
noise. If you unplug it, you will hear nothing now. I suggest that
you unplug your stove and only plug it in while using it. We
unplugged all our rarely used appliances and our bill dropped $20 a
— In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, E Jackson
> I have an Jen-Air electic stove
> my kids have moved out and we use the microwave oven to do most
> well my electricity bill went from the in the 60’s to about $35
per month USD $ —
> I am thinking that darn stove pulls lots of power
> Does anyone here know if there is that much of a difference —
maybe I need to get a new stove …..
> maybe older electric stoves pull lots of power ….
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