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2016-03-30T20:28:27+05:30

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Overloading happens when too many appliances which work on high power are connected through the same socket. This will draw a very large current from the circuit. Hence the wires get heated up and can cause accidental fires. The fuse may melt but there still lies the risk.
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2016-03-30T20:42:27+05:30

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Overloading happens when too many appliances which work on high power are connected through the same socket. 
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