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Your Smart Power Plug has a safety feature that turns it off when too much electric current passes through the plug. Sometimes it’s a particular appliance that creates this overload.

How do I tell if an appliance is causing a problem?

  • If you have a number of appliances connected via a power board to the Smart Power Plug, remove the appliances one at a time to see which one is turning the Smart Power Plug off. 
  • Some heaters draw an electric current above the safety limit.  Turning down the temperature on the heater may stop the Smart Power Plug switching off.





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