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Default formula for pump cost per month

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The cost of operation of the pump is calculated by taking the wattage of the
pump times 24 hours per day and dividing by 1000 to get it into
kilowatts-hour, and then multiplying the result by the kilowatt-hour cost of
your electric company, which should be shown on your statement. For my
sequence pumps at 393 watts X 24hours / 1000watts per kilowatt = 9.43
kilowatt hours per day. 9.43 kilowatt hours X 4.1cents per kilowatt hour =
38.67 cents per day per pump.

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