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Male to Male Extension Cords & Adapter Dangers

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When creating this type of product from scratch people may not be aware of the safety concerns that go along with it.  Maybe they are aware of the dangers and think they will be very careful, and it won’t be a problem.  When you create a male to a male extension cord or adapter this product will be very dangerous.

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End of the Year Sales Event

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Can you believe 2018 is almost history?  A lot has happened this year within our company and within our consumers lives.  We want to celebrate all that this year has brought us, with a two-week long sale.  You read that right.  Two whole weeks of savings!

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Residential Outlets

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There are many types of outlets on the market today.  In your home, you may have more than one type of outlet installed.  Your kitchen and garage may have a different style of outlet then your bathroom or living room and if your home is older you may have old outlets or more than one type because updates were started and never completed.  We want to help you define what types of outlets you have in your home and why.  Outlets have a hot wire and a neutral wire. These wires deliver electricity to and from your power source.  Receptacles...

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