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Major equipment damage here caused by an overcurrent condition?

This image comes from the Southern California area, and was on a CD I exchanged with an Instructor some time ago, so I don't have the particulars here.


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"Confiscate my stapler? That'll teach 'em!"

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"Holy ----! They're going to seriously dock my paycheck for this one...." [Linked Image]

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It looks like that rack went up in flames.....the wall in the back looks scorched.

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whats with the yellow warning tape here? dont tell me that stuff is still on power?

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If they had shut it down, there wouldn't be any light to take the picture!

Regardless of the wording on the tape, I imagine there is substantial physical risk around the area. Likely the electrician taped it off and that's all he had.

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Whew—my cubicle’s AOL access and coffee pot still work. I say the $60,000 I saved the plant on that silly thermographic scanning last month is so much the better!




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The Yellow tape ? " Well why does it read,' Crime scene'.

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Thomas: the yellow tape looks like it says "High Voltage", however it is upside-down and must therefore mean "Low voltage".

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[Linked Image] Bump ....


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OMG! Does this pic qualify for 'pic of the day'?


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