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How to illegaly lower your electric bills?

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There is no way to illegally lower utility bills. Your electricity supply passes through a single conduit to reach your home that is monitored by your electricity company. There are however, several legal and easy ways to lower your electricity bills, such as installing a programmable thermostat, replacing your air conditioner's filter regularly, and keeping your home thoroughly insulated against the heat and cold.

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