How to prevent short-circuiting during this lockdown?
A short circuit can cause serious accidents at home. These short circuit accidents may include electrical appliances failure, circuit breaking, and even fire.
And if short-circuiting happens these days in lockdown, you may face some serious problems as no electricians are available to repair electrical appliances in the market right now.
To ensure no short-circuiting, you need to follow the much-needed steps, mentioned below:
Check appliances properly while and before using them
You need to give more attention every time while using your electrical appliances. A little attention needed to ensure that the appliances are working properly without making sparking noise or producing a smell. You need to do it most of the time you are using your electrical appliances like TV, Washing Machine, Cloth Iron, Oven, or any other heavy electrical appliance.
Check Outlets before use
Make sure that no switches are sockets are sparking. If the switches or sockets spark continuously, avoid using them for this period. Using these sockets may damage your electrical appliances.
Avoid using most of the electrical appliances during a storm
If it is raining heavily with thunderstorm outside, you must switch off your most of the electrical appliances as it can cause short-circuiting due to high voltage connectivity through the clouds.
Double ensure to switch off heavy electrical appliances after use
Ensure twice that you have off the switches when you are done with ironing clothes, mixer grinder, electrical oven or any other heavy appliances at home. Doing so can help you to get a safe side of avoiding electrical accidents during this lockdown.
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