From: Watson 'Atto Parsec' Name
Subject: Re: 12 Volt, Strobe Project (Coil Powered)
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Date: Mon, 11 Nov 2002 18:28:26 -0800
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In article <3DCEEAE5.D19A3832@webaccess.net>, email@example.com talked
> My exwife always just about had a cow when I would ask her to hold a
> flashlight for me while I replaced a light switch on a hot circuit. I
> kept having to remind her that I would damned sure get a shock if she
> didn't hold the light steady. I never did figure out why she was so
> shakey with the light. After all, I'm such a wimp about shocks that I
> wouldn't do anything dangerous.
So what's stopping you from flipping the breaker off, and testing the
circuit to make sure its dead? I see the maintenance guys and electricians
change outlets and switches on live circuits, but I wouldn't do it. I'd
rather go find the breaker. If worse omes to worse, I can short the line
to neutral with a disposable screwdriver, and the circuit will certainly be
dead then! Probably have to wait awhile for the effects of the blinding
spark to go away..
My email address is whitelisted. *All* email sent to it
goes directly to the trash unless you put NOSPAM in the
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Just when you thought you had all this figured out, the gov't
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