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Discussion in 'audio' started by VVV, Apr 10, 2021.

  1. linnfomaniac83

    linnfomaniac83 I bet you can’t wheelie a unicycle!

    Ah, a bit too far for me to travel then!
     
  2. RyanSoundLab

    RyanSoundLab Trade: Ryan Sound Lab

    If you live near Washington DC, I may be able to help.
     
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  3. awkwardbydesign

    awkwardbydesign Officially Awesome

    You need to get a multi meter. There is a possibility the ground (earth) connection is broken, or has considerable resistance, and a portion of the mains voltage is being induced into the metalwork. I once installed a PA system in a riding school, and the earth line had broken several meters from the amp. It picked up about 40 volts IIRC, and gave a continuous low level shock.
    Check the voltage from the metal part to earth, as a start.
     
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  4. Jim Audiomisc

    Jim Audiomisc pfm Member

    I recommend a cheap multimeter with a resistance range. Chances are it will be much cheaper than a funeral. And you can also use it more than once. 8->
     

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