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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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May 26, 2016 | Uniden DECT 6.0 Cordless Telephone...
Hi Nikki, I have seem to have the same problem although its usually around the holidays, If you have purchased heavy duty/outdoor rated extension cords either the orange or yellow mostly then you should not have a problem hiding them under a throw rug or carpeting, they have a high insulation rating and thickness to help safe guard heat build up. However if you are using the regular run of the mill convenient store type extension cords (the white or brown thin ones with doublesided receptacles) I would not hide them under any kind of material like a rug or carpeting, these type of extension cords can build up heat if left plugged in for extended periods of time and due to thin insulation and low amp ratings the can become quite hot to the touch, one short could cause a spark that could posssibly start an electrical fire so beware, another solution is to bundle a few wires together with zip-ties/plastic cord wraps and run them along a wall up against a base board so there out of the way and not so visible. A trip to your local hardware store should help you out.
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