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  • mcaswell
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    You turn the power on after the part is in the solution.

    Yes, there is a chance that you'll be electrocuted. That's why you should be careful. Oh, and don't stick your tongue on the positive end of the battery

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  • neil
    started a topic Electricution

    Electricution

    Do you have to put the part in live or can you turn the power on after the part is in the tank?.If you have to turn the power on first isnt there a chance of getting electricuted by the high amperages of chrome plating?
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