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What uses the most watts

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Stove 12000 W Report Abuse
Ouch
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Kiln 5760 W Report Abuse
I know...I don't know anyone with one either...Just thought it was interesting
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Clothers Dryer 2000/4000 W Report Abuse
Electric...Gas is 300 to 400
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Water Heater 2400 W Report Abuse
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Swimming Pool Pump 2000 W Report Abuse
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Toaster Over 1550 W Report Abuse
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Microwave Over 1450 W Report Abuse
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Jacuzzi/Spa Pump 1300 W Report Abuse
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Hot Plate 1200 W Report Abuse
College Dorm?
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Dishwasher 1200 W Report Abuse
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Coffee Maker 1200 W Report Abuse
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Comments:
Okay, the info I got didn't specify, but this looks like it must be for an old style coffeemaker. The newer Mr. Coffee type is around 250 W
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Hair Dryer 1000 W Report Abuse
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Chrstmas Lights 800 W Report Abuse
Average strand...this is so not the blow up globe with falling fake snow!
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Refrigerator/Freezer (FROSTLESS) 800 W Report Abuse
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vaccum cleaner 630 Report Abuse
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Furnace fan 500 W Report Abuse
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Toaster 1146 W Report Abuse
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Refrigerator/Freezer 420 W Report Abuse
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Curling Iron 1100 W Report Abuse
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Laptop battery charging 63 W Report Abuse
Laptop off, battery disconnected 1w Laptop off, sleeping 1w Laptop on, idle at Windows desktop 15w
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cell pones 2.77 watts Report Abuse
Power consumed when charging: 2.77 W Power consumed when not charging: 0.45 W Assuming a charge cycle of two hours, and that the phone would need charging once per week, and that the charger is left plugged in for the remaining 166 hours: In a year 4.14 KWh are wasted by the charger.
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Computer 280 W Report Abuse
On and including monitor this is an average
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