Question about Dryers
Looking for kwh use for a Kenmore Elite electric dryer model 110.63932101 per load.
Can anyone tell me what it is, or how I would find this info?
KWH = The Wattage of the Unit multiplied by the length of time used.. IE: a 1000 Watt Unit that is used for One Hour is equal One Kilowatt Hour. (1000Watts = 1KWatt) Wattage is The input Voltage multiplied by the Current draw. IE: 115Volts the unit draws say 4Amps equals, 115x4=660 = 660Watts.
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