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Samsung dvd player + amplifier, when touched on the body its getting shock.current. it has 3 pin plug & i have proper earthing at home.

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You need to go to your hardware store and purchase a ground fault testor (they cost about 10 dollars) this will tell you if you have problem with your wiring in the house. This may also be a problem inside the device, as most devices these days are isoltated from ground, what may have happened is that something inside the unit is pinched against the case and causing current to flow through it THIS IS A VERY DANGEROUS CONDITON, do not use the unit till this is resolved. First step is to insure that your house wiring is ok.

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Yes you are correct. It is because of earthing issue. Laptop has 3 pins out of which 1 is Earthing, 2 is positive and 3 is negative. Out of 3 pins, 2 pins will function properly however for Earthing, it is necessary to have some arrangement at your place.

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However if the frequency is around 50hz (the G 2 1/2 octaves below middle C on a piano) it is most likely due mains electricity interference or an earth (grounding) issue.
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