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You will need either a digital multimeter or a Power supply tester(recommended) for a couple of dollars on ebay the power supply tester is much easier than trying to test it yourself.
you can get one here
This is a link to the tester that I own.
I would suggest a better method of surge protection. Go to radio shack and spend about 50-75 bucks on a good surge protector.
Posted on Jan 18, 2009
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