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    Does a fan use more electricity on high than on low? If so is it a significant amount?

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    Yes. A fan does using more electricity as it works faster and producing more wind, the significance depends on how many levels of speed does the fan has. Switching from a very low speed to the highest speed probably causes the fan to use a lot more electricity, sometimes even as twice more electricity, but all those parameters depend on the fan itself, there are fans that are made to save electricity, especially newer fans.


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