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Re: OT: Saving energy

 On Thu, Mar 06, 2008 at 01:10:39PM -0500, Brendan Kidwell wrote: 
> On 3/6/08, Ben Eisenbraun <[hidden email]> wrote: 
> > The shorter time is probably your more energy efficient method, provided 
> > your dryer is doing tricky things with internal temperatures that might 
> > affect gas/electricity usage. 
> Why not go to the source and measure just the energy consumption? Get a 
> Kilawatt 

He might have a gas dryer. 

> If you run two scenarios in the same day be sure to let the dryer cool 
> down completely between tests so that you're always measuring energy 
> consumption from a cold start. 

That's a good suggestion. 


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