How much does it cost to run a TV?

Answer

Most often the electrical consumption is measured in kWh. T o calculate the cost of running a TV you must know how many watts the TV uses when powered on. This number should be available from the manufacturer and may be found in the TV owner's manual or found online. To get the cost of running a TV, do the following calculation.(Watts X Hours) / 1000 X (your local cost per kWh) = Your Cost to run TV.
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