[rescue] Shifted Sun GDM-500PS...

William Enestvedt William.Enestvedt at jwu.edu
Sat Dec 20 18:08:04 CST 2003

> And remember, when working on live high-voltage electrical gear
> (such as, say, deflection yokes), ALWAYS keep one hand in your
> pocket. In the event of a slip, it helps prevent high-voltage
> shocks across the chest, which can ruin your whole day.
   Is this true? Why would the location of your *other* hand matter? Stop that
giggling -- I mean, wouldn't the current go down the (doomed) arm, through the
(shaking) torso, and out the (now-smoking) feets?
Will Enestvedt
UNIX System Administrator
Johnson & Wales University -- Providence, RI

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