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Old 01-24-2014, 09:45 AM   #1
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Hi folks here's a little fire safety tip if you have any 9v batteries lying around either for recycling or waiting to be used. This guys's house got toasted. I remembered I had one where we keep our other batteries and pulled it out and it was warm to the touch. It doesn't take much to start a fire.
Lets be safe out there.
Please feel free to share this with anyone.
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Kids and Character Fire Safety Introduction - video 1 - YouTube
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Hi folks here's a little fire safety tip if you have any 9v batteries lying around either for recycling or waiting to be used. This guys's house got toasted. I remembered I had one where we keep our other batteries and pulled it out and it was warm to the touch. It doesn't take much to start a fire. Lets be safe out there. Please feel free to share this with anyone. Thanks Kids and Character Fire Safety Introduction - video 1 - YouTube
Good information. I know better, but have not follow thru. Taking care of batteries after this post.
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