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Power strips

Power strips are a convenient way to power multiple devices at once, but they have limitations. While they can handle low-wattage devices like computers, TVs, lamps, and phone chargers, they are not designed for high-wattage appliances like refrigerators, dishwashers, clothes dryers, and clothes washers. Additionally, some devices like microwave ovens, toasters, hair dryers, slow cookers, space heaters, and coffee makers require more power than a power strip can handle and should be plugged directly into a wall outlet. To ensure safety when using power strips, it is important to follow safety tips like using UL-certified strips, avoiding plugging power strips into other power strips, and keeping them away from wet areas. By following these tips, you can keep your home and family safe.

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