Tesla malfunction nearly kills NFL star
Tesla malfunction nearly kills NFL star

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Ashish Walter
NFL star wide receiver Randall Cobb and his wife Aiyda shared on social media this week that their house caught fire as a result of the Tesla charger in their garage. They claimed that they were “lucky to be alive” as a result of the fire that ultimately claimed nearly everything they owned. “We are lucky to be alive,” Aiyda wrote on social media. “The Tesla charger caught on fire in the garage late last night and quickly spread. We got out of the house with nothing but the clothes on our back and no shoes on our feet.” Randall Cobb gave his own account of the harrowing experience as he offered his gratitude for to the firefighters who sprang into action. Led by billionaire Elon Musk, Tesla has become the most notorious and arguably the most prestigious electic car manufacturer in the United States over the past several years. But according to a social media post from an NFL star and his wife, it sounds like a malfunction in a Tesla’s charger nearly claimed their lives.
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Why do air conditioner blasts occur?
Why do air conditioner blasts occur?

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Ashish Walter
Ensure the thermostat is set to an appropriate temperature. Avoid setting the temperature too low, which can cause the AC to blast cold air when it reaches the desired temperature. Dirty air filters can restrict airflow, leading to uneven cooling and sudden blasts of cold air. Clean or replace air filters regularly according to manufacturer recommendations. Ensure that air vents are not obstructed by furniture, curtains, or other objects. Blocked vents can disrupt airflow and cause uneven cooling. An AC unit that is too large for the space it is cooling can lead to short cycling, where the unit turns on and off frequently, resulting in sudden blasts of cold air. Ensure that your AC unit is properly sized for the cooling area. Inadequate insulation can allow cold air to seep into the home, leading to uneven cooling and sudden blasts of cold air. To maintain consistent temperatures throughout the home, improve insulation in walls, windows, and doors.
Mortal remains of Indians brought back. What caused the fire in building?
Mortal remains of Indians brought back. What caused the fire in building?

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Nazar Abbas
A special Indian Air Force (IAF) aircraft carrying the lifeless remains of the 45 Indians killed in the Kuwait building fire landed in Kochi on Friday. The deceased included 23 Keralites, as well as 18 Tamil Nadu and Uttar Pradesh residents.
The Times of India

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