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30 Ways To Electrocute Yourself #182907
12/17/08 05:48 PM
12/17/08 05:48 PM
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Zapped  Offline OP
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Actually, it's titled "30 Ways to Die Of Electrocution".

http://www.flickr.com/photos/bre/sets/72157611077138836/

I wonder why they don't update this stuff and add a guy on an aluminum ladder hanging holiday lights off of a power line?

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Re: 30 Ways To Electrocute Yourself [Re: Zapped] #182936
12/19/08 09:49 AM
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My favorite is the kid taking a wiss off the bridge onto the trolley wires.

Re: 30 Ways To Electrocute Yourself [Re: jdevlin] #182940
12/19/08 01:32 PM
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Yeah, but they busted that one on "mythbusters" a while back.

Re: 30 Ways To Electrocute Yourself [Re: NJwirenut] #183097
12/25/08 01:46 PM
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is anyone else wondering what a baby is doing with a coffee pot on his nightstand?

I loved the "rat chewing wires" one. gives me an idea for a better mousetrap; problem is it could be a fire hazard.

and the cow one; looks like a missing GFCI device. maybe that one should be titled "how to be crushed, pooed on, and electrocuted."

fun fun fun :p

Re: 30 Ways To Electrocute Yourself [Re: Samurai] #183103
12/25/08 05:26 PM
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http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3268/3100398564_8f323af2c9.jpg?v=0

i've done that one on those "gee,should my electrical panel sound like bacon?" service calls

i've 'scanned' those deals with a voltic ever since....

~S~

Last edited by electure; 12/25/08 06:27 PM. Reason: To add "url" tags
Re: 30 Ways To Electrocute Yourself [Re: sparky] #183190
12/29/08 08:26 PM
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Albert  Offline
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A couple of the drawings show what appears to be a residential service panel, but with a device at the bottom that looks like a multi-position rotary switch. These were typically used in motor starters and speed controls to select taps on a resistor or autotransformer, so I'm wondering why one would be installed in a residence. Perhaps for manual voltage regulation?

http://www.flickr.com/photos/bre/3100397154/in/set-72157611077138836/

http://www.flickr.com/photos/bre/3100396620/in/set-72157611077138836/

Re: 30 Ways To Electrocute Yourself [Re: Albert] #183193
12/30/08 02:19 AM
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Or it really is a flux capacitor... Perhaps the Germans had the market on time travel before late 80s movies.

Re: 30 Ways To Electrocute Yourself [Re: noderaser] #183258
01/01/09 02:27 PM
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I don't have the slightes idea what this could have been... the entire panel looks weird so my best guess is that the artist didn't really know all that much about electricity and those details have to be considered "artistic liberty". On the other hand, many details are surprisingly accurate, but that's mostly restricted to the "everyday life" details.


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