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I would say neither is significantly more efficient than the other assuming that you are getting the same rate of heat transfer between the coil and your pan. A watt is simply a measure of energy transfer (one joule per second), so your electrical feed transfers energy more slowly through the smaller element if it has a lower wattage. The burners don't ...


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First of all, you are mistaken about your assumption that there is a difference in voltage on different size coils on an electric range top. The switches, wiring harness and sockets are the same for all the range top coils. there is no difference in voltage and all feeds are interchangeable except for the length of the wire feed that helps keep the ...



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