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Explain the difference between static electricity and current electricity

Static electricity...

Generally considered a nuisance... can cause serious damage to electronic equipment... (it is STORED power)

Thunder & lightening are STATIC electricity...

Wiki definition included (below)

For commercially available ELECTRICITY...
(usa) "currents" ... All electricity functions because of a DIFFERENCE in potential. When you start adding wires then you are harnessing that potential DIFFERENCE into usable energy.

Direct current & Alternating current... Generally referred to as "AC" & "DC"

Most all of the power grid you are looking at on power poles around your community... have "AC" flowing on the power wires
good for powering residential housing and commercial power applications

Immediately below those wires ... The phone wires
have to run about 10 feet below the "AC" wires...
Phone systems run on "DC" because it is quiet
(communications systems).

Alternating CURRENT can be rectified into Direct...
and Direct CURRENT can be inverted into Alternating.

solar panels & BATTERIES output DC
Which can be accumulated and stored.

output AC... and because AC is less susceptible to magnetic interference... it can travel great distances with very little loss.

Very interesting topic for further research ... and the principals of both... as argued by no less than Nicola Tesla & Thomas Edison.

Hope this helps

Static electricity

Carnac the Magnificent

Apr 10, 2017 | Televison & Video

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My 2001 chevy impala has a amp when unplugged my driver side speak doesnt static but when i plug it back in it starts cracking up static sound even with the cd player turned off whats wrong

Either you have some exposed wire from amp to speaker. Or the amp itself is no longer functioning properly. Check and replace as necessary .

Aug 07, 2015 | Cars & Trucks

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Static on playback

When's the last time you cleaned the recorder?

Nov 11, 2011 | Maxell GX-MP120 (4 pack) 8mm Tape

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I get static thought my speakers they are hooked up though an amp im also running another amp thts running the sub i was seeing if u guys can help me fix the static noise

check all connections (speaker wires and rca jacks for shorts) replace them one at a time and listen if the static continues. Sometimes the static is due to a broken solder joint inside the amp either on the input or output connection post. hope this helps

Jul 20, 2011 | Car Audio & Video

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I bought a Vypyr 120 combo amp with the Sanpera II foot switch a few months ago. There have been at least a half a dozen episodes where I'll be playing and the amp will just freeze-up, no sound unable to...

You should NOT be blowing fuses... If you are you MAY be overdriving the amplifier. It should be hard to blow fuses in a tube amp unless the power tubes have become gassy (purple glow between the elements) or you are driving a square wave (full distortion) that may be saturating the output transformer.

This unit has a digital signal processor for the modeling and when the amp seems to freeze, it is probably this part of the system that freezes and ceases to pass the audio.

Make sure you run the amp on CLEAN power. Using a long small gauge extension cord may cause the freezes.

An even more insidious problem is static electric discharges... some so small you may not even feel it. If you are on rug, spray the area with Staticide anti-static spray. A small static discharge can send the DSP into never-never land and the amp will appear to quit. Raise the humidity to at least 40% will help the static problem.

Make sure you are using grounded outlets.

Feb 26, 2011 | Peavey VYPYRT120 Vypyr Tube 120Watt Combo...

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AT&T EP5632 phone won't register or find base.

I had the same problem happen to me as well and I took the batteries out of all handsets, and unplugged the base for a few minutes. Then plugged in the base, reinstalled the batteries and it registered all handsets lickety-split. Hope this helps you.

Jul 14, 2010 | AT&T EP5632 Phone

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Just starte last day - turn on TV, (Sears model)

Bad solder on the mother board, chinese were sleeping, or bad tuner or processor chip due to temperature, Sorry pro help needed...

please rate!

Jul 10, 2009 | Televison & Video

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Volume low on all four speakers, some static (amp or head unit problem)

I would check the amp first, especially if you have very low sound on the speakers. Before amps were made, bad output transistors would create the same effect.

Apr 13, 2009 | 1997 Chrysler Sebring

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Plasma HD TV Picture blue color static

If you wish to get some details; visit the site linked here. Pull up older posts.
faults & possible causes to LCD & Plasma screen are given with illustrations. You can get an idea about the fault to an extent. Faults to all LCD & Plasma screen are similar, irrespective of its brand and screen size.

Aug 02, 2017 | Televison & Video

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Problem with CID in AT&T EP5632

Your display screen may be powered by the battery in your phone and it might be getting tired. If that isn't the case the LCD display has died. Thanks Jerry

Feb 09, 2008 | AT&T EP5632 Phone

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Static and short range on handsets when base unit is cold This is a strange one: the base unit of my cordless phone (AT&T EP5632) has become very temperature sensitive in the last few months. The phone is about 3 years old, and when the weather is warm, i.e., room temperatures over about 75 degrees F, it works ok, but when the weather is cold, i.e., room temperature below 70, there is a lot of static on the line when using either handset. This static slowly disappears if the phone is used for a few minutes and after a 5-10 minute phone call, the line is clear and the range is good. The speakerphone on the base unit works fine all the time (perfectly clear), so it is not a problem with the line. The Bluetooth connection works pretty well too, though it does have a little of the same static sounds, just not so much as to be unusable like the handsets are in the morning. The handsets also have been suffering from a significantly reduced range over the last few months: they used to work across the yard in another building, but now they need to be 10 feet away to get a dial tone and at night they loose the connection to the base unit when on the charger upstairs. I have tried moving the base to another room, but this did not help, and in fact this seemed to make it worse for a while because the unit cooled off while it was unplugged. Any ideas how to fix this would be welcome. Since it's out of warranty and I'd even be willing to take it apart and resolder things if needed, but I can't seem to find any tech literature on the unit. Thanks so much for any help you can provide!

Feb 28, 2017 | AT&T EP5632 Phone

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