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From: Mike Poulton
Subject: Re: Here's the plan. Household electrical failiure pt. 3
Date: 11 Nov 2002 01:23:24 GMT
Organization: MTP Technologies
References: <3DCADDF2.55C9F8F2@mfi.net> <firstname.lastname@example.org> <3DCAE8D0.5663882A@mfi.net> <3DCB1ED3.A9114417@mfi.net> <3DCDB14A.216B7BE2@mfi.net>
On 09 Nov 2002, "Michael A. Terrell" said:
> Turn the electric off, remove a switch cover and the light switch.
> Wire a 1N34 or 1N60 or similar signal diode across the switch.
> Reinstall switch, and cover. Turn light switch on, then restore
> When your victim turns the lights off you get a bang and a flash
> of the light switch's box. The glass body vaporizes, and so do most
> of the leads. If someone inspects it for damage they will probably
> miss the small remaining strand of wire that was the diode's leads.
How much of a load does it take to make that work?
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