Question about Lasko Ceramic Heater
Look for the power rating of your heater (usually it is in Watts (W) and convert it to kilo Watts (kW) unit by diving it by 1000).
kW = W / 1000.
now divide the kW by hour many hours your planning to operate your unit.
power consumption = kW/operating hours
when you get your power consumption value then multiply it with the power cost (you can find it usually in your bill).
cost to operate = power consumption x power cost.
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