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Re: OT: Saving energy

 Kristian Erik Hermansen wrote: 
> Usually when you do just one load in the dryer, there is no moisture 
> left, meaning you have wasted energy drying after the clothes are 
> devoid of moisture :-)  You could perhaps stop the large load early 
> and save energy! 

Some dryers have a mode where instead of putting it on a timer, you use 
a humidity sensor and the dryer stops when it senses that the clothes 
are sufficiently dry. 

Alas, not mine.  (Well, it claims to, but the humidity sensor must not 
work, or something.) 

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