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Power bill

Started by KoratFarang, March 30, 2009, 11:38:58 AM

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KoratFarang

Two days ago the guy collecting the electricity bill came around. Ouch! All-time high of 4.300 baht.  :o

What could it be besides the aircon that eats soo much. ??? Do I have to get back to sweating the whole day for having something left to eat myself?

halo

Quote from: KoratFarang on March 30, 2009, 11:38:58 AM
Two days ago the guy collecting the electricity bill came around. Ouch! All-time high of 4.300 baht.  :o

What could it be besides the aircon that eats soo much. ??? Do I have to get back to sweating the whole day for having something left to eat myself?

Perhaps you should keep the fridge door closed instead of munching there all the time.  :D

Johnnie F.

Exchanging the light bulbs for "energy savers" and periodically oiling the fans for better performance at a lower power level can help save a lot and reduce your bills.

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