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Old 06-22-10, 03:11 PM   #4
TimJFowler
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Originally Posted by Piwoslaw View Post
Wow, that '90's fridge was a hog. It's hard to believe how much refrigerators have changed in only a few years. If only car companies could increase fuel efficiency fourfold in a decade...
No joke there. I was stunned / disgusted at how much power the '90's fridge used. The problem is that fridges tend to last a long time and there is no obvious sign that they waste a lot of power.

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You beat me, Tim
Well, a new fridge beat an older fridge. I should check back in a year to see if the 2010 fridge maintains this level of efficiency.

I've now got a mid '90's vintage 27" CRT Television plugged into the Kill-A-Watt. I'm curious to see how much power the old TV is eating.

Tim
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