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Can Christmas lights be a fire hazzard?

Discussion in 'Non-Vegas Chat' started by JWBlue, Nov 19, 2012.

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  1. JWBlue

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    I never thought about this.

    Are the LED lights less of a hazzard?

    What is they are put on a tree outside instead of a tree inside.

    I did do a Google search and read different answers. I can't gauge how much of a hazzard they are.
     
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    Are you planning on wrapping them around the General Lee and jumping the bridge?

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    Anything eletrical can be a fire hazard potentially.

    If you overload a circuit .To quote my governor C Christie in the hurricane aftermath, "If it looks stupid,dont do it".
     
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    If they aren't made for outdoors (as stated on the box), don't put them outside in the elements. There are reasons the lights will be labeled "Indoor use only."
     
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