Hot summer has come! When you’re sparing no effort to figure out a solution to cool yourself down, your home appliances may still be suffered from the burning of high temperature now. Overheating is a hidden hazard that is easy to bring damages to your devices. So, be alert that your electronic devices need your help to cool them down! If you’re puzzled, please look at here.
Tip one: cut power down timely
If you don’t need to use your devices, please remember to cut down the power in time. You may have done something that may cause danger to you and your family. For example, you just close the television directly by remote control but never cut down the power, or just turn off your computer without turning off its display screen. Besides, other home appliances like heater warmer, washing machine, and air conditioner, may also cause fire accidents under is used improperly especially under high temperature. Long time use is easy to lead to overheating.
Tip two: don’t place inflammable materials beside appliances
Some home appliances are easy to get overheated when used. If you put something inflammable near these devices, it is easy to give rise to fire accidents. Such as router, it becomes very heat as it is long-term used and seldom to turn it off. If you have similar devices, you’d better put it somewhere ventilated or under low temperature.
Tip three: don’t leave when electronics are charging
Some people like to power up cellphones, power banks or other electronics when sleeping at night. You’d better charge your devices when there is someone there in case of some problems occur. Don’t make a phone call when it is in charging. That can easily result in battery explosion because of overheating. When your phone is fully charged, please unplug it timely.
Tip four: don’t use poor quality appliances
Don’t buy poor quality products that are easy to cause problems like overheating, damage and explosion, which is very dangerous. You’d better go to a reliable store for high quality products.
Tip five: keep appliances away from water
Appliances and wires in the kitchen and bathroom are easy get wet by water or conductive liquid. So, you’d better prepare covers for sockets, lights and other appliances to keep them away from water.
Tip six: reduce loading of appliances or electronics
Multiple appliances need to be used in summer. Overloading is harmful to devices. So, you’d better not use too many appliances and should maintain and clean them in time. Some appliances like refrigerator need power almost everyday. In this case, you can cut off power every half a year and clean it to reduce its loading.
Home appliances are easy to be damaged under high temperature. Improper use or in hot days can cause overheating. At the time when you cool down yourself in hot summer, don’t forget to cool down your appliances at the same time.