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 Which household items use energy when left plugged in?

Answer Anything that doesn't have an external power switch such as a refrigerator and anything that is left in standby mode such as TV's and PC's.
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What items use energy while plugged in, even if not in use?

Sort list - Any item that is plugged in that has a display or a remote control. These items have a phantom load that supplies 5 volts to these logic circuits.Items with clocks are in this categorie... Read More »
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How much energy does a printer use if it plugged in 24/7?

Depends on the printer, a small inkjet takes very little power and the modern printers actually go into 'standby' so it requires very little.However a big photocopier printer that is in offices req... Read More »
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Do plugged-in appliances use energy?

Some appliances use electricity even when they are turned off. Such usage, known as "phantom power" or "energy vampires," occurs because appliances draw a small amount of power to maintain internal... Read More »
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How to Dye Your Hair With Household Items?

Whether you are dying your hair to cover the gray, to enhance your natural color or to leave your natural color far behind, using hair dye can become an expensive and damaging habit. Regularly dyin... Read More »
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