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CRT monitors can hold up to 15-25,000~15-25,000 volts (Generally speaking, it’s ~15,00025,000 volts is usually reserved for aTVs). '''While this is the generally accepted rule, you should not assume this is going to be the case; treat the monitor and ~25,000 volts for televisions. However, DO NOT ASSUME THE VOLTAGE!)as if it is holding the higher voltage at all times.''' Most modern CRT’s (90’s and newer) have a bleeder resistor (usually from the 90’s going forward although some early monitors also have one)resistor, but this is often burnsburned out as they discharge the monitor over timeat this point due to highyears of stress. For'''For this reason, you must discharge the CRT as a safety precaution to be sure.sure.'''
CRT monitors can hold up to 15-25,000~15-25,000 volts (Generally speaking, it’s ~15,00025,000 volts is usually reserved for aTVs). '''While this is the generally accepted rule, you should not assume this is going to be the case; treat the monitor and ~25,000 volts for televisions. However, DO NOT ASSUME THE VOLTAGE!)as if it is holding the higher voltage at all times.''' Most modern CRT’s (90’s and newer) have a bleeder resistor (usually from the 90’s going forward although some early monitors also have one)resistor, but this is often burnsburned out as they discharge the monitor over timeat this point due to highyears of stress. For'''For this reason, you must discharge the CRT as a safety precaution to be sure.sure.'''
 
Unless you know what you’re doing, I don’t recommend opening this. Leave it foryou are better off leaving the repair to someone who knows how to work on a CRT safelywhat they are doing or replace the monitorit. These monitors have the capacityhold enough charge to kill you if you get shockedscrew up.
Unless you know what you’re doing, I don’t recommend opening this. Leave it foryou are better off leaving the repair to someone who knows how to work on a CRT safelywhat they are doing or replace the monitorit. These monitors have the capacityhold enough charge to kill you if you get shockedscrew up.
 
HOWEVER, ifIf you still insist on trying to repair ittrying, you need to take precautions. '''The best advice I can give you that isn’t covered is to ALWAYS keep one hand behind your back - this will prevent a circuit from forming if the charge chooses your hands because it offershand as the path of least resistance. DO NOT have both hands out at the same timetime, as this createscan create a complete circuit that can kill you.'''
HOWEVER, ifIf you still insist on trying to repair ittrying, you need to take precautions. '''The best advice I can give you that isn’t covered is to ALWAYS keep one hand behind your back - this will prevent a circuit from forming if the charge chooses your hands because it offershand as the path of least resistance. DO NOT have both hands out at the same timetime, as this createscan create a complete circuit that can kill you.'''
 
'''If you wear any jewelry, it is imperative you take this off. This will become a hazard if you slip up and can be a way to kill you, evenup, even if you take the other precautions I mentioned below. Electricity takes the path of least resistance and jewelryprecautions. Jewlrey provides little to no resistance.'''
'''If you wear any jewelry, it is imperative you take this off. This will become a hazard if you slip up and can be a way to kill you, evenup, even if you take the other precautions I mentioned below. Electricity takes the path of least resistance and jewelryprecautions. Jewlrey provides little to no resistance.'''
 
'''If you do not know where to get a real discharge tool, it’s okay to use a rubber handled screwdriver with an alligator clip lead, but you do not want to use the ones from Radio Shack, just to name an example. These are not thick enough to handle the sustained load discharging the CRT will put in the wire and will cause a fire. Use car jumper wires if that’s all you have - it’s overkill but when you are dealing with 15-25,000 volts you’re better off going overboard.'''
 
'''Before messing with the board, ALWAYS TOUCH THE LEADS WITH A SCREWDRIVER BEFORE REMOVING THE FLYBACK ANODE to ensure it is discharged. Again, failure to do this CAN KILL YOU.'''

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CRT monitors can hold up to 15-25,000 volts (Generally speaking, it’s ~15,000 volts for a monitor and ~25,000 volts for televisions. However, DO NOT ASSUME THE VOLTAGE!) Most modern CRT’s have a bleeder resistorresistor (usually from the 90’s going forward although some early monitors also have one), but this often burns out because ofas they discharge the stress it is undermonitor over time due to high stress. For this reason, you must discharge the CRT as a safety precautionprecaution to be sure.
CRT monitors can hold up to 15-25,000 volts (Generally speaking, it’s ~15,000 volts for a monitor and ~25,000 volts for televisions. However, DO NOT ASSUME THE VOLTAGE!) Most modern CRT’s have a bleeder resistorresistor (usually from the 90’s going forward although some early monitors also have one), but this often burns out because ofas they discharge the stress it is undermonitor over time due to high stress. For this reason, you must discharge the CRT as a safety precautionprecaution to be sure.
 
Unless you know what you’re doing, I don’t recommend opening this. Leave it for someone who knows how to work on a CRT safely or replace itthe monitor. These monitors have the capacity to kill you if you get shocked.
Unless you know what you’re doing, I don’t recommend opening this. Leave it for someone who knows how to work on a CRT safely or replace itthe monitor. These monitors have the capacity to kill you if you get shocked.
 
HOWEVER, if you still insist on trying to repair it you need to take precautions. '''The best advice I can give you that isn’t covered is to ALWAYS keep one hand behind your back - this will prevent a circuit from forming if the charge chooses your hands because it offers the least resistance. DO NOT have both hands out at the same time as this creates a complete circuit that can kill you.'''
 
'''If you wear any jewelry, it is imperative you take this off. This will become a hazard if you slip up and can be a way to kill you, even if you take the other precautions I mentioned below. Electricity takes the path of least resistance and jewelry provides little resistance.'''
 
'''If you do not know where to get a real discharge tool, it’s okay to use a rubber handled screwdriver with an alligator clip lead, but you do not want to use the ones from Radio Shack, just to name an example. These are not thick enough to handle the sustained load discharging the CRT will put in the wire and will cause a fire. Use car jumper wires if that’s all you have - it’s overkill but when you are dealing with 15-25,000 volts you’re better off going overboard.'''
 
'''Before messing with the board, ALWAYS TOUCH THE LEADS WITH A SCREWDRIVER BEFORE REMOVING THE FLYBACK ANODE to ensure it is discharged. Again, failure to do this CAN KILL YOU.'''

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Düzenleyen: Nick ,

Metin:

CRT monitors can hold up to 15-25,000 volts (Generally speaking, it’s ~15,000 volts for a monitor and ~25,000 volts for televisions. However, DO NOT ASSUME THE VOLTAGE!) Most modern CRT’s have a bleeder resistor, but this often burns out because of the stress it is under. For this reason, you must discharge the CRT as a safety precaution.
 
Unless you know what you’re doing, I don’t recommend opening this. Leave it for someone who knows how to work on a CRT safely or replace it. These monitors have the capacity to kill you if you get shocked.
 
HOWEVER, if you still insist on trying to repair it you need to take precautions. '''The best advice I can give you that isn’t covered is to ALWAYS keep one hand behind your back - this will prevent a circuit from forming if the charge chooses your hands because it offers the least resistance. DO NOT have both hands out at the same time as this creates a complete circuit that can kill you.'''
 
'''If you wear any jewelry, it is imperative you take this off. This will become a hazard if you slip up and can be a way to kill you, even if you take the other precautions I mentioned below. Electricity takes the path of least resistance and jewelry provides little resistance.'''
 
'''If you do not know where to get a real discharge tool, it’s okay to use a rubber handled screwdriver with an alligator clip lead, but you do not want to use the ones from Radio Shack, just to name an example. These are not thick enough to handle the sustained load discharging the CRT will put in the wire and will cause a fire. Use car jumper wires if that’s all you have - it’s overkill but when you are dealing with 15-25,000 volts you’re better off going overboard.'''
 
'''Before messing with the board, ALWAYS TOUCH THE LEADS INWITH A SCREWDRIVER BEFORE REMOVING THE CRT BEFORE REMOVAL AFTER DISCHARGING IT TO ENSURE IT IS FULLY DISCHARGEDFLYBACK ANODE to ensure it is discharged. Again, failure to do this CAN KILL YOU.'''
'''Before messing with the board, ALWAYS TOUCH THE LEADS INWITH A SCREWDRIVER BEFORE REMOVING THE CRT BEFORE REMOVAL AFTER DISCHARGING IT TO ENSURE IT IS FULLY DISCHARGEDFLYBACK ANODE to ensure it is discharged. Again, failure to do this CAN KILL YOU.'''

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Düzenleyen: Nick ,

Metin:

CRT monitors can hold up to 15-25,000 volts (Generally speaking, it’s ~15,000 volts for a monitor and ~25,000 volts for televisions. However, DO NOT ASSUME THE VOLTAGE!) Most modern CRT’s have a bleeder resistor, but this often burns out because of the stress it is under. For this reason, you must discharge the CRT as a safety precaution.
 
Unless you know what you’re doing, I don’t recommend opening this. Leave it for someone who knows how to work on a CRT safely or replace it. These monitors have the capacity to kill you if you get shocked.
 
HOWEVER, if you still insist on trying to repair it you need to take precautions. '''The best advice I can give you that isn’t covered is to ALWAYS keep one hand behind your back - this will prevent a circuit from forming if the charge chooses your hands because it offers the least resistance. DO NOT have both hands out at the same time as this creates a complete circuit that can kill you.'''
 
'''If you wear any jewelry, it is imperative you take this off. This will become a hazard if you slip up and can be a way to kill you, even if you take the other precautions I mentioned below. Electricity takes the path of least resistance and jewelry provides little resistance.'''
 
'''If you do not know where to get a real discharge tool, it’s okay to use a rubber handled screwdriver with an alligator clip lead, but you do not want to use the ones from Radio Shack, just to name an example. These are not thick enough to handle the sustained load discharging the CRT will put in the wire and will cause a fire. Use car jumper wires if that’s all you have - it’s overkill but when you are dealing with 25,00015-25,000 volts you’re better off going overboard.'''
'''If you do not know where to get a real discharge tool, it’s okay to use a rubber handled screwdriver with an alligator clip lead, but you do not want to use the ones from Radio Shack, just to name an example. These are not thick enough to handle the sustained load discharging the CRT will put in the wire and will cause a fire. Use car jumper wires if that’s all you have - it’s overkill but when you are dealing with 25,00015-25,000 volts you’re better off going overboard.'''
 
'''Before messing with the board, ALWAYS TOUCH THE LEADS IN THE CRT BEFORE REMOVAL AFTER DISCHARGING IT TO ENSURE IT IS FULLY DISCHARGED. Again, failure to do this CAN KILL YOU.'''

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Düzenleyen: Nick ,

Metin:

CRT monitors can hold up to 15-25,000 volts (Generally speaking, it’s ~15,000 volts for a monitor and ~25,000 volts for televisions. However, DO NOT ASSUME THE VOLTAGE!) Most modern CRT’s have a bleeder resistor, but this often burns out because of the stress it is under. For this reason, you must discharge the CRT as a safety precaution.
 
Unless you know what you’re doing, I don’t recommend opening this. Leave it for someone who knows how to work on a CRT safely or replace it. These monitors have the capacity to kill you if you get shocked.
 
HOWEVER, if you still insist on trying to repair it you need to take precautions. '''The best advice I can give you that isn’t covered is to ALWAYS keep one hand behind your back - this will prevent a circuit from forming if the charge chooses your hands because it offers the least resistance. DO NOT have both hands out at the same time as this creates a complete circuit that can kill you.'''
 
'''If you wear any jewelry, it is imperative you take this off. This will become a hazard if you slip up and can be a way to kill you, even if you take the other precautions I mentioned below. Electricity takes the path of least resistance and jewelry provides little resistance.'''
 
'''If you do not know where to get a real discharge tool, it’s okay to use a rubber handled screwdriver with an alligator clip lead, but you do not want to use the ones from Radio Shack, just to name an example. These are not thick enough to handle the sustained load discharging the CRT will put in the wire and will cause a fire. Use car jumper wires if that’s all you have - it’s overkill but when you are dealing with 25,000 volts you’re better off going overboard.'''
 
'''Before messing with the board, ALWAYS TOUCH THE LEADS IN THE CRT BEFORE REMOVAL AFTER DISCHARGING IT TO ENSURE IT IS FULLY DISCHARGED. Again, failure to do this CAN KILL YOU.'''

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Düzenleyen: Nick ,

Metin:

CRT monitors can hold up to 15-25,000 volts (generallyGenerally speaking, it’s 15,000~15,000 volts for a monitor and 25,000~25,000 volts for televisions. However, DO NOT ASSUME THE VOLTAGE!) Most modern CRT’s have a bleeder resistor, but this often burns out because of the stress it is under. For this reason, you must discharge the CRT as a safety precaution.
CRT monitors can hold up to 15-25,000 volts (generallyGenerally speaking, it’s 15,000~15,000 volts for a monitor and 25,000~25,000 volts for televisions. However, DO NOT ASSUME THE VOLTAGE!) Most modern CRT’s have a bleeder resistor, but this often burns out because of the stress it is under. For this reason, you must discharge the CRT as a safety precaution.
 
Unless you know what you’re doing, I don’t recommend opening this. Leave it for someone who knows how to work on a CRT safely or replace it. These monitors have the capacity to kill you if you get shocked.
 
HOWEVER, if you still insist on trying to repair it you need to take precautions. '''The best advice I can give you that isn’t covered is to ALWAYS keep one hand behind your back - this will prevent a circuit from forming if the charge chooses your hands because it offers the least resistance. DO NOT have both hands out at the same time as this creates a complete circuit that can kill you.'''
 
'''If you do not know where to get a real discharge tool, it’s okay to use a rubber handled screwdriver with an alligator clip lead, but you do not want to use the ones from Radio Shack, just to name an example. These are not thick enough to handle the sustained load discharging the CRT will put in the wire and will cause a fire. Use car jumper wires if that’s all you have - it’s overkill but when you are dealing with 25,000 volts you’re better off going overboard.'''
 
'''Before messing with the board, ALWAYS TOUCH THE LEADS IN THE CRT BEFORE REMOVAL AFTER DISCHARGING IT TO ENSURE IT IS FULLY DISCHARGED. Again, failure to do this CAN KILL YOU.'''

Durum:

open

Düzenleyen: Nick ,

Metin:

These CRTCRT monitors can hold up to 15-25,000 volts (generally speaking, it’s 15,000 volts for a monitor and 25,000 volts.volts for televisions. However, DO NOT ASSUME THE VOLTAGE!) Most modern CRT’s have a bleeder resistor, but this often burns out because of the stress it is under. For this reason, you must discharge the CRT as a safety precaution.
These CRTCRT monitors can hold up to 15-25,000 volts (generally speaking, it’s 15,000 volts for a monitor and 25,000 volts.volts for televisions. However, DO NOT ASSUME THE VOLTAGE!) Most modern CRT’s have a bleeder resistor, but this often burns out because of the stress it is under. For this reason, you must discharge the CRT as a safety precaution.
 
Unless you know what you’re doing, I don’t recommend opening this. Leave it for someone who knows how to work on a CRT safely or replace it. These monitors have the capacity to kill you if you get shocked.
 
HOWEVER, if you still insist on trying to repair it you need to take precautions. '''The best advice I can give you that isn’t covered is to ALWAYS keep one hand behind your back - this will prevent a circuit from forming if the charge chooses your hands because it offers the least resistance. DO NOT have both hands out at the same time as this creates a complete circuit that can kill you.'''
 
'''If you do not know where to get a real discharge tool, it’s okay to use a rubber handled screwdriver with an alligator clip lead, but you do not want to use the ones from Radio Shack, just to name an example. These are not thick enough to handle the sustained load discharging the CRT will put in the wire and will cause a fire. Use car jumper wires if that’s all you have - it’s overkill but when you are dealing with 25,000 volts you’re better off going overboard.'''
 
'''Before messing with the board, ALWAYS TOUCH THE LEADS IN THE CRT BEFORE REMOVAL AFTER DISCHARGING IT TO ENSURE IT IS FULLY DISCHARGED. Again, failure to do this CAN KILL YOU.'''

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Düzenleyen: Nick ,

Metin:

These CRT monitors can hold up to 25,000 volts. Most modern CRT’s have a bleeder resistor, but this often burns out because of the stress it is under. For this reason, you must discharge the CRT as a safety precaution.
 
Unless you know what you’re doing, I don’t recommend opening this. Leave it for someone who knows how to work on a CRT safely or replace it. These monitors have the capacity to kill you if you get shocked.
 
HOWEVER, if you still insist on trying to repair it you need to take precautions. '''The best advice I can give you that isn’t covered is to ALWAYS keep one hand behind your back - this will prevent a circuit from forming if the charge chooses your hands because it offers the least resistance. DO NOT have both hands out at the same time as this creates a complete circuit that can kill you.'''
 
'''If you do not know where to get a real discharge tool, it’s okay to use a rubber handled screwdriver with an alligator clip lead, but you do not want to use the ones from Radio Shack, just to name an example. These are not thick enough to handle the sustained load discharging the CRT will put in the wire and will cause a fire. Use car jumper wires if that’s all you have - it’s overkill but when you are dealing with 25,000 volts you’re better off going overboard.'''
 
'''Before messing with the board, ALWAYS TOUCH THE LEADS IN THE CRT BEFORE REMOVAL AFTER DISCHARGING IT TO ENSURE IT IS FULLY DISCHARGED. Again, failure to do this CAN KILL YOU.'''

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Orijinal gönderinin sahibi: Nick ,

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These CRT monitors can hold up to 25,000 volts. Most modern CRT’s have a bleeder resistor, but this often burns out  because of the stress it is under. For this reason, you must discharge the CRT as a safety precaution.

Unless you know what you’re doing, I don’t recommend opening this. Leave it for someone who knows how to work on a CRT safely or replace it. These monitors have the capacity to kill you if you get shocked.

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