AC WORKS® Library — Electrical Fires
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Posted by Christopher Hahn on
There can be electrical arcing which is incredibly dangerous to any living thing. If this is touched, you can get shocked! If it is touched by something else, it could potentially start a fire. Even if you are an extremely careful type, we still recommend staying away from cords where both sides are a plug.
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