Making stovetop safer

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Making stovetop safer

Post by seattleuserfriendly »

Ever had a pot sitting on the stove and forgotten it?

If you were at home, you thanked your smoke detectors. If not, you may owe a debt to your fire department.

It would be better to stop the smoke and potential fire earlier.

Is there a way that would turn the power off on an electric stove if something began to burn? It could save lives. Would it be better to be triggered by smoke coming off a pan or the temperature?

Lower costs and easy solutions are more likely to be implemented.
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