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  1. #53
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    it is easy to be complacent when it's late and your tired from a long day or haven't had an accident for a while.

  2. #54
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    Unbelievable!!

  3. #55
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    Great way to catch a copper thief. Bad way to kill a service tech.

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    One of the many hazards! !! Check this out...saw yesterday in a McDonald's rtu...Name:  uploadfromtaptalk1365048858537.jpg
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  5. #57
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    Quote Originally Posted by tech who shares View Post
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    Is there a meter to check for that?

  6. #58
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    All you have to do is energize the chassis and hope it kills the bugs...the big ones are normally grounded anyways.

  7. #59
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    Location
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    I hate spiders!!!!

  8. #60
    If you will look at the board close in this pic you will see some micro capacitors burnt. ...this was yesterday, 38º outside. ..she was all cozy right against the transformer. ..worse part was when I looked away to send this to fellow tech, she disappeared! !!!! I was checking my clothes all evening! !!Name:  uploadfromtaptalk1365052156211.jpg
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  9. #61
    Been from an area that has a lot of "expert" ssi funded crackerjack trained technicians, I run into ignorant dangerous electrical hazards daily... don't get complacent and pay with your life. ..always verify no voltage is present before touching. ..how many of you would think this door connecting cord would still be energized with the arc/burn marks visible on walk in (look closely) walk in light wasn't on either. ..some poor teenager could've been killed on their first job! Name:  uploadfromtaptalk1365053341657.jpg
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  10. #62
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    Quote Originally Posted by tech who shares View Post
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    Damn...is that a red hour glass on it's back?

  11. #63
    Sure is!!!! Second time I've ever encountered one... 1st time was under manhole cover at a water meter.

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  12. #64
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    I had a buddy that found a black widow female in a wood pile. Witch is not native to Ohio. Also had a neighbor found a California king snake by his cabin, witch is harmless but also not supposed to be around here. BTW he kept the widow in a jar

  13. #65
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    Location
    Antelope,Ca
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    we have plenty here is Ca. i would be more than happy to send some your way!!! lol

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