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Re: OT: Saving energy

 On Thu, Mar 6, 2008 at 12:33 PM, Derek Martin <[hidden email]> wrote: 
>  My dad (who fixed appliances for a living for over 30 years) insists 
>  that such dryers are generally not terribly reliable (in that mode), 

>From what I've seen, it's hit or miss. Packing the dryer full tends to 
screw with its mind (as Don Levey said a couple posts up). 
On a different sensing note, my toaster has a (largely unreliable) 
toastiness sensor. My fiancee made the good point that it's much 
easier for me to learn the toaster than the toaster to learn my 
toastiness preference for whatever different size, shape, and style of 
bread I put in. So maybe sensing dryers are a big lose. 


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