On Thursday, July 24, 2014 5:36:44 AM UTC-4, rickman wrote:
Or better yet, actually measure it using a Kill-A-Watt or
similar. I agree, I don't believe a small motor like that is going
to generate much heat. From what I see, typical is 50 to 75W or
so. I just felt the motor on mine, running on medium speed,
and it doesn't feel warm at all.
The comparison to the windows is totally absurd.
The advice that the fan only helps if you're there to benefit from
the breeze I agree with.
Right. Ceiling fans both turn and lean
to the right. Cause they are made by hard
A ceiling fan that blows hard to the left
costs far too much, doesn't work, and leaves
you cold. And you keep paying more and more,
over and over.
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