What happen if we didnt turn off our oven?

Did You Know:
…that it’s a waste of energy to leave a toaster plugged in when it’s not in use?

Here’s how that happens. Appliances like televisions and toasters draw a small current even when they’re switched off. So it’s a good idea to unplug them if you are not going to be using them for a few days. The Department of Energy tells us that about 20% of the energy you use at home powers electrical appliances like televisions, VCRs, stereos, coffee makers, toasters and microwave ovens - even when they’re not turned on. That’s a big part of your parents’ energy bill, and you don’t want it to be any bigger.

source: http://www.wattsnew.com

Do you know that you can save 10-20% of your electricity bills by merely managing reactive current that is pulled by your electrical appliances. By doing this, you also protect your appliances from constant surge and spikes, thus prolong their lifespan.

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