Yes. The majority of home electrical appliances use electricity even when turned off e.g. a TV. As long as they are plugged into a power source. To save on electric bills, you should ensure that all electric appliances that are not essential are plugged from the power source after you switch them off. Examples of essential electric appliances are refrigerators and air conditioners. You can only unplug your refrigerator when there is nothing inside. An air conditioner can be unplugged when there is no one inside the house. Below is a list of electric appliances that use the most electric energy when turned off.
Electric Appliances That Use Electricity When Off
- Sound systems.
- Wi-Fi router.
- Phone chargers.
- Video games.
Most people make sure they turn off electric appliances to avoid high bills and still receive high bills. You are not being shortchanged. You just have to unplug the above appliances to reduce electric bills.
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