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Re: OT: Saving energy

 Just my $.02. 
Assuming you don't want to buy a new dryer :-) 
There is a bit of energy consumption when the dryer starts. 
If I were going to be anal about saving energy. I would first ring out 
all the clothes to remove as much moisture as possible, and combine 
both the colors and the whites into one dryer load. You would save the 
cost of starting the dryer from start. But, I think the savings is 
going to be minimal. If you want any significant savings, use a clothes 
line like they do in New Hampshire although some towns in Ma (such as 
Cambridge and Newton) have ordinances against clothes lines :-) 

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