I bought a CD burner and I am planning to burn a CD in a few weeks,
after I read all the manuals, figure out all the wiring, and other
preparatory stuff. I'm worried about fire risks. Should I move the
computer outdoors in case it does burst into flames? How quickly do
these fires spread? Is there any smoke or sparks prior to ignition,
allowing enough time to get an extinguisher?
On Mar 29, 4:22 am, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
Wrap the CD burner in plastic and secure it with packaging tape.
Put it in the bathtub and submerge it in water.
Now you can burn CDs all day long with no worry of fire.
When you get through the water should be warm enough to bathe in.
Please note: I have not tried this yet, it's just my theory.
I have a CD on my desk here that I popped in the Microwave.
It would make a good background for a clock. I wouldn't
worry too much about a modern CD burner since new rules
require the units to now regulate the laser power instead
of the full ten megawatts on and off like the older burners.
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