Small Electrical Appliance Care If the cord is detachable, unplug the cord from the
wall outlet before removing it from the appliance.
Unplug small electrical appliances, such as toasters,
blenders, etc. after using them. Do not leave them on the counter plugged in. Fires can start if an electrical component malfunctions.
Do not put plugged-in electrical appliances where
they could drop or be pulled into water, as in the
kitchen sink, bathroom lavatory or tub. Drain all water before plugging in the appliance nearby. Electrical appliances are "electrically alive" when plugged in even though switch is off. If it falls into water, you could be electrocuted if you touch it.
Never plug in an electrical appliance either "on" or
"off" anywhere near water, and go away and leave it if there are children around who could pull it into the
water and be electrocuted.
Never wrap cord around a hot appliance. Do not wrap a cord too tightly around anything. Coil loosely, and keep free from kinks and knots which can break wires. Plug only one heating appliance into a circuit at a time unless the circuit is a heavy-duty appliance one.
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