Sunset lamps can generate a lot of heat, especially if they are used for long periods of time. This is because the lamps use LED lights, which produce heat as a byproduct of generating light.
If a sunset lamp is not properly ventilated or if it is covered or blocked, it can overheat and become a fire hazard. To prevent this from happening, it’s important to follow the instructions that came with your sunset lamp and make sure the lamp is not covered or blocked by anything.
You should also make sure to turn off the lamp if it feels hot to the touch or if it starts to emit a burning smell.