Question about Televison & Video
Before I start working on this set, besides it being unplugged, do I need to be aware of any stored electricity, or is unplugging it enough?
Hi, define what your working on ? In general if the AC cords been removed for half an hour the only "stored voltages" will be in the larger electrolytic capacitors which can bite you pretty good but only if you get one hand on the positive pin and one hand on ground, using common sense is your best approach, use one hand to probe around inside the set and discharge large value caps with a high wattage resistor before removing them, video-tek
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