According to the California Energy Commission, clothes dryers don’t vary much in energy consumption from model to model, thus they are not required to display EnergyGuide labels. However, certain settings will make your dryer more efficient. For example, if your dryer has a moisture sensor it will shut off when clothes are dry instead of continuing to pump heat in. Also in terms of normal dryer functioning, placing your dryer in a warmer area of the house will help it be more efficient as it won’t have to work as hard. Also cleaning the lint trap helps increase air flow, and drying two or more loads in a row to re-use some of the dryer’s heat.
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