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Night / Day Electricity

The following information is from ESB website :

This meter has 2 rows of numbers and one revolving disc.

One row of numbers records daytime consumption and the other records consumption at night. Simply note the numbers as you read from left to right on the Day register and the Night register. Ignore any figures in red or any figures surrounded by a red box.

The readings on this meter are DAY '24621' and NIGHT '14626'.

Note: 'Day and Night' meters may have numbers 1 and 2 or the roman numerals I and II beside each register. On all ESB meters I refers to Night and II refers to Day.

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