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How many watts does a small water pump use?

A typical power of water pumps can vary between 250 watts and 1,100 watts. It takes the power of the water pump and multiply it for how many hours a day it works. Then multiply it for how many days a year it works, and divide it by 1000. This will give the amount of kilowatt-hour the pump uses.A water pump's wattage can range from 250 to 1,100 watt. Take the wattage of the water pump and divide it by the number of hours it runs. Divide by 1000 the number of days it runs. The amount of kilowatt-hours the pump is using will be given by this.

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