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It currently has a 2 pin plug going into a 3 pin plug for the power? Getting lots of shocks and am thinking of cutting off the 2 pin to allow me to wire up a brand new 3 pin plug.

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    Kevin Pickford Apr 19, 2015

    have tried grounding and checked all plugs and sockets for polarity as well. running out of ideas now so any help is appreciated

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A 2 pin plug is standard on a double insulated product. If you cut this plug off, you will probably find there is no earth wire to connect anyway, so a 3 pin plug is not going to help. If you are getting shocks of it, I would suggest there is something dangerously wrong with your equipment. Get it checked before the next boot you get of it is your last!

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