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A2 correction

April 01, 2005

In a story on recouping money lost to high gas prices on A10 of Thursday's Morning Herald, Knight Ridder Newspapers incorrectly reported the savings gained by using a programmable "setback" thermostat. Every degree you lower your thermostat in winter, or raise it in summer, can save you 1 percent on your energy bill, said Al Walker, spokesman for Kansas Gas Service. On a monthly bill of $120, that's a savings of $1.20 a month, or $14.40 a year.

The Herald apologizes for the mistake.

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