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Fire Department Shares Warning About Common Phone Charging Habit

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You might not think that something as simple as charging your phone could be dangerous. But according to the Newton, New Hampshire Fire Department, something can go seriously wrong if you don’t charge your phone the right way. The Fire Department recently

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posted a warning on Facebook regarding the possible dangers of charging your cell phone, complete with some pretty disturbing images.

The post reads, “Research has revealed that 53% of children/teens charge their phone or tablet either on their bed or under their pillow. This is can be extremely dangerous. The heat generated cannot dissipate and the charger will become hotter and hotter.”

The Fire Department created the post in hopes of bringing awareness about the dangers of charging your mobile device while in bed. They continued, “They likely result is that the pillow/bed will catch fire. This places the child/teen as well as everyone else in the home in great danger.”

If you have a cell phone, chances are you’ve charged it while laying in bed, at least once or twice. The Fire Department included photos of burnt bedding and a burnt phone charger along with the post.

The Fire Department’s concerns are very real, especially in today’s age of technology. According to Electrical Safety First, over half of all children have admitted that they have left their phone, laptop or tablet charging on their bed. Electrical Safety First also found that over a quarter of all children surveyed used a cheap, unbranded charger. They point out that “counterfeit or substandard charges are the most potentially dangerous counterfeit items Electrical Safety First has tested.”

Other Fire Departments are also warning about the dangers of leaving your phone charging on your bed and using a counterfeit charger. The Fire Department in Tuscaloosa, Alabama shared cell phone safety tips for the public, including:

  • Don’t use your device while it is being charged.
  • Be sure to unplug chargers that aren’t being used.
  • Charge you device on a hard surface.
  • Never charge a mobile device on a soft surface such as a couch or a bed.

Watch the video below for more information on cell phone charging safety:

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