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I am using very less electricity at my home but my bill dose comes Rs.1100 per month..plz suggest me that how could i get reduce my daily electric consumption??

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Reducing the voltage is what you want to do -- this will effectively reduce the speed, without creating an annoying hum.

That said -- 110v is too low. Start higher. Half the voltage doesn't equal half the speed.

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SOURCE: Electric Water Heater Using Too Much Electric.

Maybe you want to think about getting a tankless heater.The gad unit works real good.But the electric water heater i want to think you should check the thermostate.Maybe it is struck and not cutting off every time.

Posted on Mar 14, 2009

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SOURCE: How do you reduce an electric bill in a all electric house?

The biggest wasters of electrical energy are Heat and A/c, water heaters,dryers and ranges. The more you insulate the less you have to cool or heat. If you live in a warm climate, consider installing an attic fan that runs on a thermostat or timer. During the summer allow it to run, during winter turn it off. Ceiling fans in rooms that are occupied create the illusion of being cooler, allowing the thermostat to be turned up.I'm not sure of the exact numbers but any thermostat setting on your a/c below 78 is more inefficient so try kicking the a/c up and the heat down. I'm a Florida boy so I can't tell you much about baseboard heaters. I know that anything that heats things up cost a lot in energy.

Consider installing a hot water heater timer. Commonly called a "Little Grey Box". Whenever your water heater is not actually being used it is still heating the water. A big waster. Once installed set the timer to cycle the water heater off during times when you commonly don't use it. Overnight,when your at work etc....

Somewhat antiquated, but a clothesline always uses 100% less energy than a clothes dryer. :) Short of this, try to fill the dryer all the way and make sure your dryer vent and lint trap are clear.

Microwaves draw 1/3 the energy of a range and run for 1/10 of the time. Microwave as many things as you can. In our house we have started microwaving canned veggies and boxed side dishes and such.

These are the big ones I've done at my house. A lot of the other things seemed to be more work than they are worth. Some actually end up costing you more if you don't own the house for decades.

There are many sites you can visit such as your local power company and possibly your local government pages.

Good luck. I'm in the same boat with the high power bill.

Posted on Mar 31, 2009

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Could be electrical problem, (brushes burnt, armature grounded or bearings starting to seize up) I don't think that I would use it till the problem is fixed. Could cause or create more expensive repair. Let me know and I will try and help

Posted on Jul 20, 2009

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SOURCE: my electric bill is usually $200 a month I got a

These electric resistance heaters will use allot of electricity. My suggestion is to get rid of it. It uses more electricity than a regular heater. Too often people believe that these are more effecient, but the fact is they are not. That would be a good reason the electric bill went up. It costs about 100 a month on average to use on of these so if you have 2 then it costs 200 a month.
Thanks.

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These electric resistance heaters will use allot of electricity. My suggestion is to get rid of it. It uses more electricity than a regular heater. Too often people believe that these are more effecient, but the fact is they are not. That would be a good reason the electric bill went up. It costs about 100 a month on average to use on of these so if you have 2 then it costs 200 a month.
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I am assumimg that when the plastic peg is pushed down the recirculater for the hot water is off. When up, it is on. The Build set the timer and no manual was left. Hot water comes onwhen it should be...


Do you have the auto-circ recirculation pump with timer?
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http://waterheatertimer.org/Auto-circ-manual.pdf
Manual gives instructions for a different timer dial than timer than shows on unit, so they must come with different dials.

Instructions say pegs pulled out = timer on
Conversely, pegs pushed in = timer off
You might be able to hear the pump operating to see if these instructions are correct for your recirculation timer. The kids would love a listening assignment under the sink.

To see images showing how recirculation system operates:
http://waterheatertimer.org/Water-heater-recirculation-system.html

Setting times:
Try 1/2 hour ON in morning and 1/2 hour ON in evening. Warm water will stay in pipe for a while.

Recirculation system with timer costs $10-17 per year to operate, assuming timer runs 1 hour per day with electric prices at 10 cents per kilowatt hour. Operation cost is straight line ... so if timer runs 2 hours per day, cost is $20-34 per year at 10 cents per Kwh.

Water saved might equal 5 gallons per day, or 1825 gallons per year depending on usage. Average water wasted waiting for hot water is 1/2- 2/3 gallon depending on length of pipe. Set a bucket under spigot to test your home when circulation system is not ON.

Cost of water depends on local billing rate. The municipality saves purifying water, pumping water to your home, and finally pumping and processing sewage drainwater.

If you are on a water well, the pump electricity from saving 2000 gallons a year is a dollar or two per year since water well generally consumes less than 1Kwh per day for ordinary house.

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Typical Dryer Heater wattage is around 5,000 watts or 5KW multiplied by the amount of time you run it. For instance 5000 watts for one hour is 5 Kilowatt hours multiplied by your electric rate. This gives you a cost for running it for one hour.

However, your heater runs more when the clothes are wet but less and less as they dry. A thermostat turns the heaters off around 160 Deg and back on at about 135 deg for normal heat. As your clothes get closer to dry the heater reaches 160 faster and 135 slower so that the on time is continually decreasing.

All this cycling translates to a heater on time of about 70% total I'd guess. Even if your vent line was blocked your heater on time would decrease due to safety systems turning the heater off to prevent fires.

All that being said you can approximately calculate electricity use as 5 KW multiplied by the amount of time you ran it and that number multiplied by 70% to account for heater off time. For a 5000 watt heating element that would be 3.5 KW multiplied by your electricity rate per KW. Adding a 5 amp motor that runs all the time would make the figure about 4.1 KW.

If you're still following me you need to keep track how many hours you dry clothes for the month and multiply the final number from above by that.

Let me point out the things that use a lot of electricity and you can hopefully pin down one or two you can affect. The things that use the most power have heating elements in them:
  1. Stove
  2. Dryer
  3. Electric Heating
  4. Air Conditioner
  5. Electric Water Heater
  6. Dishwasher with heated water and heated dry
  7. Refrigerators and freezers with self-defrost feature
Keep in mind that having company for a week or lots of family members will affect all the numbers. Your utility company usually offers a free (part of the rate structure) service that will help you track down high usage if you have an unusually large bill. Consider asking their assistance.

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Hi you can Apply below mention formula
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RANGE = FROM WHICH CELL TO YOU WANT TO APPLY THIS FORMULA TO TILL WHICH CELL.
CATAGARI = WHAT DO U WANT < FOR FOR FIRST > FOR SECOND

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