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Why does plug on small sunbeam portable heater turn black?

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Nowadays nearly all materials are commercially made,when the plug turns black that means it was over heated due to loose connection,you will not know, so after of about 15 mins u have run the portable heater,and check if the plug is hot,if yes the plug and socket are not matched so by changing to a better quality you will not get this type of problem

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