- n. Plural form of appliance.
“The problem with the cooking appliances is that liquid can pool under the control knobs and cause the heating element to turn on, heat to temperatures other than expected and then not turn off, posing a risk of fire and burn hazards to consumers.”
“Panasonic, best known for its televisions and home appliances, is in the process of turning two majority-owned subsidiaries — Sanyo Electric Co. and Panasonic Electric Works Co. — into wholly-owned units, as part of its new focus on green technology, such as renewable energy and more efficient power storage and consumption.”
“In some states, the first frost has sparked a rush on rebates for heating equipment and funding for all appliances is rapidly melting away.”
“Overall, U.S. production of appliances is still weak because of its close relationship to the beleagured housing market.”
““The issue becomes even more of a challenge when factoring in appliances like AppleTV, Boxee and other hardware and services that allow consumers to stream high quality video content from their computer to their HD televisions.””
“They still have a habit of unplugging appliances from the wall when they leave the house.”
“Read on to find out how you can minimize your water consumption through smart choices in appliances”
“More sensible use of appliances is always a good approach, but with competition now at least a partial reality, it also pays to work out if you could get a better deal on your existing service.”
“You can also grab several different free LivePC appliances from the MokaFive web site, including business-oriented apps like OpenOffice. org and fun stuff like Quake or the One Laptop Per Child operating system.”
“To me it would be the same as using a 1,500 watt voltage regulator for example when plugging in appliances that are only drawing say 500 watts.”
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