How to Identify the Right Generator for Your Home

How to Identify the Right Generator for Your Home

Hopefully you never need to use your generator, but in the event that you do, you might as well make the most efficient use of one.  But, generally if you choose the more efficient option, you also sacrifice some convenience…more on that below.

First, Choose Between a Portable or a Standby Generator

Standby generators are the ones that get installed permanently on a concrete pad and connect to your natural gas line or a propane tank.  The advantages of them are that they:

  • Are quieter than portables
  • Are harder to steal
  • Don’t need to be filled with a fuel source which may be scarce
  • Act as a nice bonus for people looking to purchase your home
  • Kick in automatically
  • Have an unlimited fuel supply

Portable generators, on the other hand, offer their own unique set of benefits:

  • They’re portable and can be put away if you don’t want them out year-round, or they can be moved to the area where you need power
  • They cost less upfront to purchase, and are also inexpensive to install
  • If you purchase a portable diesel generator, they require less maintenance than gas generators
  • They’re relatively simple to operate

Efficiency and Energy Savings Depend on How You Use Each Type of Generator

If you’re using a generator, odds are you have limited access to the fuel source (diesel, propane, gas etc…).  So what you really want to be sure of in regards to efficiency is purchasing the generator that runs the bare essentials.  If you’re not careful, you can easily use 100 gallons of fuel within 3-4 days (although it’s unlikely you’d ever be without electrical power that long).

If you want to keep most of your typical comforts running, you’ll want to go with a standby generator, but that will hamper your efficiency.  Because portables generally have a lower overall capacity for power, you’ll be running fewer things around the house and will have greater fuel efficiency.

To choose the right power level for the generator for your home, take a look at this table of how many watts these common electronic devices and household appliances use:

  • Microwave:  Up to 1,200
  • Refrigerator Up to 1,200
  • Freezer:  Up to 1,200
  • Washing Machine:  Up to 1,200
  • Sump Pump:  Up to 800
  • Television:  Up to 300
  • Laptop computer:  Up to 250
  • 10,000 BTU AC System:  Up to 1,500

Armed with this guide, you now know how to choose the right type and most efficient kind of generator for your home.

During a crisis, you don’t know how much energy you might need to save!

For more energy saving tips, check out Payless Power. Offering low-cost energy plans to suit both residential and business needs, Payless Power is a company committed to providing people with some of the best electricity rates in Texas, but also with helpful customer service. Visit the website to learn more about how to save electricity at home, or connect with the online community on FacebookTwitterYouTube, and Pinterest.

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6 Inefficient Appliances to Replace

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We regularly talk about all the little things you can do to save energy (caulking cracks, turning off the lights when not needed, using LED light bulbs and so on), but we rarely talk about the big things.

Appliances around your home consume a ton of energy, so you can increase your savings drastically if you have some money to pay for them up front.  For many, tax credits are available too, which help reduce your costs even farther.

What are some of those appliances? Check them out here:

1.     Heating System

Yeah, it takes most of the electricity from around your home, but it’s also very necessary.  If it’s going to consume so much energy, though, why not make sure you have a new, efficient system?

The energy usage can actually be very broad, ranging from 100 kWh per month to an astonishing 3,500 kWh/month!  Of all the different types of heating systems available, the electric furnace is the most inefficient, followed by heat pumps.

2.     Cooling System

Air conditioning consumes anywhere from 200 – 1,800 kWh per month.  Heat pumps fall at the upper end of this range, while central air is the most efficient.  Window units can each consume 650 kWh per month!  If you’re running them, make sure you stop (if possible).

3.     Water Heaters

These guys take the third most energy out of all the appliances around your home.  For a family of just two people, water heaters take 2,400 kilowatt hours of electricity per year to heat your water.  The next most inefficient appliance consumes just 1,000 kilowatt hours per year.

4.     Clothes Dryer

Speaking of the appliance that consumes the fourth largest amount of electricity, that’s the clothes dryer.  If you’ve got an older one, you’ll want to make sure you replace it.

5.     Dehumidifiers

In areas with large amounts of moisture and humidity (think Florida), mold grows if humidity isn’t removed from the air.  But, it happens around here in Texas too.

Dehumidifiers may not be used as frequently in this area, but it’s still usage you need to watch.  The reason they consume is energy is because people let them run all the time.  They consume, on average, around 160 kWh per month (and chances are you’re running more than one), which is often more energy than your refrigerator uses.

6.     Refrigerators

Like most appliances, the energy usage on refrigerators is somewhat skewed because many people use refrigerators from the 1980s or 1990s (they’re much less efficient than modern ones).  A brand new high-efficiency refrigerator uses 400 kWh per year, but the typical homeowner uses between 30-200 kWh per month!

If any of those appliances are older than 10 years, you’ll want to take a very close look at your budget to see if you can replace them.

For more ways to save money on electricity, visit http://paylesspower.com. Offering cheap energy plans to suit both personal and business needs, Payless Power is a company committed to providing people not only with some of the best cheap electricity rates in Texas, but also with helpful customer service. Visit the website to learn more about how to save electricity at home, or connect with the online community on FacebookTwitterYouTube, and Pinterest.

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What is the “Emergency Heat” setting on my thermostat?

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During the freezing winter weather, it might be tempting to use the “Emergency Heat” setting on your thermostat to quickly heat a cold home. This setting is often misused and should only be activated when your heat pump is not working properly.

Heat pumps transport warmth from where it’s needed or not needed, depending on the season. During the cold weather months, the heat pump will extract outside heat from the air and transfer it inside to be dispersed through the ducts of your house.

When temperatures lower, the heat pump is not able to pull as much outside heat indoors. If your thermostat senses that outdoor temperatures are too cold for the heat pump to be the primary heat source, it will automatically switch to a secondary heat source such as electric or gas.

For most heat pumps, the supplemental heat source is electric resistance heat, also known as strip heat. If you have an all-electric home, your supplemental heat source is most likely electric resistance heat. For homes with natural gas, propane, or fuel oil, the supplemental heat may be supplied by a furnace. This is called a dual-fuel system.

Heat pumps are much more energy efficient than the emergency heat.

Using the “Emergency Heat” setting can cost twice what the heat pump costs in utility expenses. The “Emergency Heat” setting should only be used when the outdoor heat pump is not working properly, such as when it has been damaged in a storm. Switching to “Emergency Heat” is a manual setting that will lock out the heat pump and allow the backup heating source to provide 100% of the heating until a technician can fix the problem.

When the cold weather hits, keep the thermostat in the ‘Heat’ setting. Do NOT use the ‘Emergency Heat’ setting unless it’s really an emergency. You won’t notice a difference in how well it heats your home, but you will notice the difference in your electricity bill.

For more home heating tips, visit http://paylesspower.com. Payless Power is a company committed to providing people not only with some of the best cheap electricity rates in Texas, but also with helpful customer service. Visit the website to learn more about how to save electricity at home, or connect with the online community on FacebookTwitterYouTube, and Pinterest.

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The Energy Savings Benefits of LED Light Bulbs

In the world of light bulbs, LEDs are an astronomical leap forward in just about every way.  Compared to the traditional incandescent light bulb, they are around 75% more efficient.  Their life is somewhere around 35-50 times as long as incandescent light bulbs, and at least twice as long as fluorescent lighting.

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The long-time hiccup with LED light bulbs is that they’ve been very expensive to purchase up front.  Until recently, they’ve been so expensive that the savings they offer would take years to come into play.  Purchasing LEDs didn’t really make sense for the average homeowner.

Not so anymore.  LEDs still do cost more up front, but now that cost is more reasonable, and it makes sense for most homeowners to at least consider purchasing all LED light bulbs.

What Makes LEDs so Efficient?

“LED” stands for “light-emitting diode.”  A diode is something that allows electrical current to flow exclusively in one direction.

What makes a diode a diode is the fact that two conductive materials are put into contact with each other.  Electricity gets passed through one of the conductors, and then the resulting electrical energy is sent on to the other conductive material.  As this process happens, light is created.  The process simply creates light much more efficiently than the process that creates light in incandescent light bulbs.

LEDs Have Many More Helpful Benefits As Well…

Incredible energy savings is definitely one of the most significant benefits of LED lighting.  In addition to the energy efficiency, though, LED lights also are

1.     Environmentally Friendly

Fluorescent bulbs contain dangerous materials like mercury.  LEDs don’t just help the environment from an efficiency perspective, as they also do not contain any toxic materials and are 100% recyclable.

2.     Durable

You still can’t let the kids throw balls in the house around them, but they are much more durable than incandescent light bulbs.  Strong vibrations and other external impacts won’t necessarily shatter LEDs on first contact.

3.     Flexibly Designed for Unlimited Lighting Effects

LEDs can really be formed into any shape, and you also have a high level of control over the color and distribution of light.  And better yet, you don’t have to feel like you’re harming the environment because of their incredible efficiency.

4.     Not Sensitive in Temperature Extremes

The outdoors isn’t a problem for LEDs, but it might be for fluorescent bulbs.  Whether that extreme is cold or hot, LEDs will manage the weather just fine.

There you have it.  If you haven’t already converted to LEDs, now might be the time to do so!  Your wallet, and the environment, will thank you for it. For more ways to save energy, visit http://paylesspower.com. Offering cheap energy plans to suit both personal and business needs, Payless Power is a company committed to providing people not only with some of the best cheap electricity rates in Texas, but also with helpful customer service. Visit the website to learn more about how to save electricity at home, or connect with the online community on FacebookTwitterYouTube, and Pinterest.

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Warning! Avoid These 6 Energy Saving Myths

Saving energy is a good thing, but only if you really end up saving energy.  Unfortunately, some individuals will always take advantage of a good thing and attempt to sell you on ideas that really provide you no value.

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Protect yourself by being aware of these energy saving myths:

1.     Skip the Screen Savers

A screen saver is actually a file your computer is actively running.  So in reality your computer is working as hard as ever.  They’re really designed to keep your screen from having an image burned in.

If you really want to save energy on your PCs, set them to go into sleep mode after 10-15 minutes of inactivity.  Do the same for your monitor.

2.     Turning Appliances & Office Equipment Off

You are saving more energy versus when these are turned on.  If you leave them off but keep them plugged in, they still drain electricity from the grid.  Unplug them if they are not in use, or plug them into a power strip and turn the strip off when they are not in use.

3.     Turn the Computer Off

Sleep mode significantly reduces the power a computer consumes and works well when you know you’ll be away for just a few minutes.  However, it’s an energy drainer if you put your computer in sleep mode overnight.  In fact, your computer and monitor could be using 12 watts of electricity if left in sleep mode.  Remember to turn them off if you’re not going to use them for hours at a time.

4.     Heating a Single Room with an Electric Heater Versus Heating the Whole House

This sounds true on the surface, right?  Electric space heaters actually consume a large amount of energy.  If you only use a particular room and need it heated for an extended period of time (think many hours per day), then an electric space heater makes sense.  Otherwise, avoid using it.

5.     Closing the Vent Saves Energy

Actually this only redirects the air.  And in fact, it causes your HVAC system to consume more energy because it places more pressure on the fan, which makes the fan work harder.

6.     New Homes are Energy Efficient

A home’s energy efficiency is actually more strongly related to its design and construction than to its age.  New homes are on average more efficient, but they’re also not optimized for energy efficiency.  If you recently moved into one, conducting your own energy audit may be a wise choice.

Protect Yourself from These Myths and Get Real Savings

Knowledge is power, so make sure you put it to use in this case.  That way, you can end the day with more money in your pocket, and maybe you can use that to do something nice for your family or reduce some stressful bills.

For more ways to reduce your electricity bills, visit http://paylesspower.com. Offering cheap energy plans to suit both personal and business needs, Payless Power is a company committed to providing people not only with some of the best cheap electricity rates in Texas, but also with helpful customer service. Visit the website to learn more about how to save electricity at home, or connect with the online community on FacebookTwitterYouTube, and Pinterest.

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6 Common Ways Businesses Can Save Energy

We’ve talked in great detail how homeowners can save energy, and there’s no doubt more innovative ways to be discussed in the future.  However, we haven’t discussed as much how your business can save energy.

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Here are some of those ways:

1.     Heating and Cooling

Allow the sunlight to enter during the winter and pull the blinds during the summer.  It’s tough for you to notice the additional heat the sun brings in while it’s winter, but it can heat up your building a few degrees and reduce your heating costs.

2.     Spend Money to Save Money

This one sounds familiar to those in the business world.  In order for your business to move forward, sometimes you have to take a risk and spend some capital.  However, this one isn’t as much of a risk because it’s proven that when you maintain your HVAC system by replacing the air filters and having a professional perform regular maintenance, your energy costs remain low.

3.     Lighting

Use natural light where possible.  When that’s not possible, use compact fluorescent light bulbs or LED light bulbs.  CFLs can last as much as 10 times longer than incandescent bulbs.  LED light bulbs can last 12.5 – 25.0 times longer than incandescent bulbs.  If you’re not sure of the best solution for your company, search the web for energy auditors who can help you make a good decision.

4.     Is Your Office Equipment Really Off?

Your equipment, even though it might be turned off, can still draw electricity.  Hook it up to a power strip, and turn the power strip off if you’re not going to use the equipment for a while.  Also, make sure you turn PC monitors off.  Screen savers draw just as much energy as the monitor does when it’s turned on and in use.

5.     Make Your Vehicle Fleet Green

Choose small vehicles that have high fuel efficiency.  Hybrid and diesel vehicles generally get better gas mileage than their gasoline counterparts.  Manual transmissions and two-wheel drive vehicles use less gasoline than automatic transmissions and four-wheel drive vehicles.

6.     Paper Materials

Print on both sides of paper.  Use recycled packaging and recycle your own when done.  As often as you possibly can, use electronic documents instead of paper ones.  Okay, so it might be paper, but you are reducing the amount of energy used to cut down the trees and produce the paper.  And you’re also not using electric to print the paper documents.

Calculate Your Savings and Invest!

Now that your business has identified different ways to save on energy costs, you’ll have additional capital freed up.  It could be time to sit back and enjoy more abundant financial times, or you could plan you’re next move pas the competition.

Learn more ways to save conserve energy at http://paylesspower.com. Offering cheap energy plans to suit both personal and business needs, Payless Power is a company committed to providing people not only with some of the best cheap electricity rates in Texas, but also with helpful customer service. Visit the website to learn more about how to save electricity at home, or connect with the online community on FacebookTwitterYouTube, and Pinterest.

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How to Encourage Energy Efficient Behavior in Your Home

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“If they would just listen to what I say!”

Unfortunately, sometimes you’re the only one in your home who sees things a certain way. Discussions and arguments haven’t resulted in anyone in your home becoming more energy efficient.

You may not have control over how others in your home act, but you can do things to encourage them to take the behavior you want.

Here are some ideas for getting them to become more energy efficient:

1. Reward the Behavior
What’s more motivating than by getting something tangible for what you do? Check out your energy bill as it stands now. Tell your family members you’ll spend half the savings on future bills on a reward of their choice. Offer further incentives for meeting additional goals.

2. Educate Your Family & Show the Impact of Their Behavior
This one works on some people, but doesn’t tend to be as effective. Show your family members how excess energy usage negatively impacts your local environment and the world abroad. Discuss specific ways that using energy more efficiently helps them and the world around them.

3. Start When Your Children are Young
Teens are somewhat set in their ways and think they have it altogether already, so trying to change their habits may be a lost cause. But you can still try. However, if you have young children, that’s a great time to teach them about energy efficiency. Old habits die hard, but if you can teach your children when they’re impressionable, you may be set them on a good path for the rest of their life.

4. Do as You Say
Make sure you’re consistent with your own advice. And if you’re not for some reason and a family member calls you on it, admit it when you are wrong. When you follow through on what you say yourself, people take what you say more seriously.

5. Let the Change Happen At Its Own Pace
Ultimately, it’s not up to you to change someone else’s behavior. It’s their decision whether or not to do that. So if things aren’t changing as fast as you’d like, let it go. What you can do instead of trying to make the change happen is to celebrate the small changes that do happen. Then your family members will feel more appreciated and motivated to change.

Change Happens Slowly, So Be Patient
But when it does happen, your home will be a more energy efficient place, the world a little cleaner, and your wallet thicker. Enjoy the benefits of your newfound change!

For more help conserving energy and encouraging electricity savings in your household, visit http://paylesspower.com. Offering cheap energy plans to suit both personal and business needs, Payless Power is a company committed to providing people not only with some of the best cheap electricity rates in Texas, but also with helpful customer service. Visit the website to learn more about how to save electricity at home, or connect with the online community on FacebookTwitterYouTube, and Pinterest.

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6 Energy Savings Questions (And Their Answers)

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This technological world is full of an infinite level of complexity.  So, it’s easier to just ask the question, rather than trying to figure out the whole thing on your own, right?

Check out some commonly asked energy savings questions, and learn the best action you can take (or not take):

  1.   Are radiators or electric heaters cheaper?
    Electric heaters are one of the most expensive and inefficient forms of heating on the market.  If you’re thinking about efficient cost and energy use, the best thing you can do is use a gas heating system.  If you have control with thermostatic radiator valves, a room thermostat, and a timer, that allows you to even more precisely control the efficiency.
  2. Do phone and laptop chargers use energy when plugged in but not charging?
    Most, but not all do.  The best habit to get into is to unplug them when they’re not charging.  You can also plug them into a power strip and turn the strip off.
  3. What are the most effective ways to reduce your energy costs?Heating and cooling consume 60% of your utility bill, so make sure you fine-tune your heating and cooling system first.  The next most important thing to do is to keep hot and cold air outside of your home.  Inspect your home for leaks.  Turn off appliances and lights when not in use.  Also consider hiring an energy auditing service to help you identify any major areas of inefficiency.
  4. If you own an electric heat pump, can you turn the thermostat down?
    In general, you shouldn’t use programmable thermostats for electric heat pumps.  When in heating mode, lowering the thermostat can cause a heat pump to operate inefficiently.  However, you can find programmable thermostats designed especially for heat pumps, so you may experience moderate savings in that case.
  5. How can you save energy washing and drying your clothes?
    Newer detergents are effective at washing clothes in cold water, so that’s one possible route.  Hang out the heavy items on your clothesline, such as jeans, bedspreads, blankets, rugs, and jackets.  Purchase a dryer with a moisture sensor, which will not over-dry your clothes.
  6. How can you save money on lighting?
    If you have incandescent light bulbs, switch to compact fluorescent light bulbs or LEDs.  By switching just your five highest use bulbs to CFLS, you can save $50 per year on your electric bill.

Enjoy a more energy-efficient home, more money in your pocket, and a smaller carbon footprint. For more ways to save money on electricity, visit http://paylesspower.com. Offering cheap energy plans to suit both personal and business needs, Payless Power is a company committed to providing people not only with some of the best cheap electricity rates in Texas, but also with helpful customer service. Visit the website to learn more about how to save electricity at home, or connect with the online community on FacebookTwitterYouTube, and Pinterest.

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Does Solar Energy Really Help You Save?

Does Solar Energy really help you save?

The quick answer is, “Yes, but be careful to not pay too much up front.”  Even though the idea of solar energy and green living has been around for some time, only recently have solar panels become cost-effective enough to justify their installation for the typical homeowner.

Texas is one of the sunnier states in the nation, with El Paso being the sixth sunniest city in the United States.  For some of the more northern states, where it remains cloudy during the winter season, solar panels may take decades before they finally save the homeowner money.  However, besides Arizona, California, and Nevada, Texas is one of the nation’s sunniest states where it currently makes sense for many homeowners to install solar panels.

Here are some steps to follow to ensure you actually save money in the next few years if you choose to install solar panels now:

  • Check out which credits and rebates are available.  Energy.gov maintains a regular listing of all the states and the rebates available to homeowners, businesses, and other groups.  It also includes special rebates offered by city governments.
  • Know the market costs for installation.  Unfortunately, some unscrupulous contractors will try to charge you much more than the market rate for installing a solar system.  In most cases, that’s what’s going to eat away any savings you might experience.  You should be charged somewhere in the ballpark of $5 per watt, or about $15,000 for a typical 3000-watt system.Know the averages.  Your usage might vary, but the average US household consumers 900 kWh per month.  If you install an average 3 kWh system, that system will generate about 450 kWh per month, which would account for half of your electricity bill.  If that bill runs $100, you’ll save about $50 per month for the life of your system.
  • When do you actually start saving money?  Now, divide that $15,000 installation by $50 per month, and you get 300 months.  Divide that by 12 months per year, and it takes you 25 years to make up for the cost of the solar system.

Now You Have to Decide If that Timeframe’s Worth It

Is 25 years really worth it before you start saving?  It might be if you plan on staying in your current home that long.  If it’s not, you’ll have to find a way to reduce the installation costs or ways to access credits.  Or maybe you just have to wait for the cost of solar panels to go down.

In any case, now you know how to make them pay off, and you can jump on the opportunity when it arises.

For more ways to make your money pay off, check out Payless Power. Offering low-cost energy plans to suit both residential and business needs, Payless Power is a company committed to providing people with some of the best electricity rates in Texas, but also with helpful customer service. Visit the website to learn more about how to save electricity at home, or connect with the online community on FacebookTwitterYouTube, and Pinterest.

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How to Save Money on Your Water Bill: Winter Edition

So you’re probably done watering the lawn and keeping it looking perfect by now, but you can still waste water a number of different ways throughout the winter.  It’s tough also when you have several family members to keep on the same page.

Money Saving Tips

Here are some things you can do during the winter to keep that water usage low and your savings high:

  1. Use the garbage disposal sparingly, if ever:  Not only does it take more water to get those chunks going down the drain, but regardless of what you toss down the drain, it slowly accumulates.  At some point, either you or your plumber will have to remove the debris.  Instead, just avoid tossing anything down there at all and either compost it or throw it away.
  2. Minimize water softener refills – You can save both water and chemical costs and help the environment by keeping the chemicals out of the water system.
  3. Establish a monthly water budget – So this one is going to take a ton of work.  But, analyze who uses how much water and when.  Then, set a reasonable limit and stick to it.  Reward your family members when they meet or exceed the expectation you set.
  4. Check your water meter for leaks – This isn’t always easy because someone in your family could just be using more water than usual.  But, once you know your water budget, you know how much water you use in an average month.  If everyone’s been using water as promised, then you know a leak may be present somewhere.
  5. Winterize outdoor spigots – Otherwise, you run the risk of having your pipes freeze and burst.
  6. Soak pots and pans – Hey, sometimes you can’t get the grease or stains out without using water.  Instead of letting the water run, make sure you let them soak.
  7. Fix leaks – This goes without saying, but they add up much more than you think.  A small dripping leak may burn up to 140 gallons per week!
  8. Match water level to the laundry load – It’s all about precision with this one, and you might be surprised by how much water you save in a month by doing this!
  9. Search for available rebates – You can do this by contacting your water utility.  Many area available for water-efficient fixtures.
  10. Turn off the water while brushing your teeth – That could save up to 4 gallons a minute!

Freeze Your Water Bills with this Advice

Or better yet…watch them plummet!  In either case, your wallet, the environment, and your conscience will thank you.

If you’re interested in learning more about saving money in your home, then check out Payless Power. Offering low-cost energy plans to suit both residential and business needs, Payless Power is a company committed to providing people with some of the best electricity rates in Texas, but also with helpful customer service. Visit the website to learn more about how to save electricity at home, or connect with the online community on FacebookTwitterYouTube, and Pinterest.

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