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Electrical Safety Tips Anyone Can Follow

February 10, 2011 by · Leave a Comment 

Appliances are an integral part of every household, from a simple electric clock to the microwave oven to decorative holiday lights. These safety tips can help keep all appliances operating safely:

•Unplug unused appliances and stow cords safely out of reach of pets, young children or hazardous situations.
•Appliances that generate heat, such as clocks, televisions and computer monitors, should be given several inches of clearance all around for good air circulation and cooling. Do not drape clothes, toys or other items over warm appliances.
•Always follow appliance instructions carefully, and do not attempt amateur repairs or upgrades.
•Keep all electrical appliances away from water such as sinks, bathtubs, pools or overhead vents that may drip.
•Do not operate any electrical appliance with wet hands or while standing in water.
•Keep clothes, curtains, toys and other potentially combustible materials at least three feet away from radiators, space heaters, heating vents and other heat sources.

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Replace Defective Electrical Panels to Prevent Fire

July 5, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

Did you know that FPE (Federal Pacific Electric) and Zinsco electrical panels are defective and proven fire hazards? Replace them to protect your family against fire and to comply with homeowners’ insurance policies. The cost to upgrade from an FPE panel starts at $500. Call Prestige Electric at 407-859-3400 — We can help you!

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Incandescent Light Bulb and Filament

April 27, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

Electric Light Bulb, or Lightbulb, Filament

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