Power outlets & cords

June 24, 2009 RENU

  1. Don’t overload an outlet with too many lamps or appliances.
  2. Put safety covers over unused electric outlets, particularly imp if you have children.
  3. Do not place electric cords under rugs or where they can be walked on or damage can go unnoticed.
  4. Check for cords that are broken, frayed, damaged or tied in knots, or that have melted insulation. Have them repaired or replaced promptly.
  5. Use extension cords with three-pronged plugs for appliances that require grounding.
  6. Insert & remove plugs by grasping the plug. Pulling on the cord could damage it.
  7. Be careful not to let fingers touch the metal prongs.
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