Electrical Question about A Kettle Plug That Gets Very Hot
I have an electric kettle that seems to work well but the plug gets very hot as the water heats up.
Electrical Question from Kate about A Kettle Plug That Gets Very Hot
Received from Kate a Homeowner in Ashland, Oregon
Question: I have an electric kettle that seems to work well but the plug gets very hot as the water heats up. The receptacle is relatively new – 3 years old. Is this dangerous? Should I replace the plug?
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