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Repair or replace cords that are frayed or cracked. Always remove a cord from the outlet by pulling on the plug rather than the cord itself.
Cords should not have any furniture resting on them or be placed under a carpet or rug. Do not leave a cord where it can be stepped or tripped on.
Protect yourself from electrical shock by using Ground Fault Circuit Interrupters in kitchen and bathroom outlets where water and electricity may come into contact.
Repair or replace an appliance that repeatedly blows a fuse or trips a circuit, or if it has caused an electric shock.
Protect children and pets by covering unused wall outlets with plastic safety caps.
Never force a plug into an outlet if it doesn't fit. Doing so could lead to fire or shock. Plugs should fit securely, and outlets should not be overloaded.
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