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  • WG Monitors - Changing Power Supply

    Does anyone out there have a step by step to safely change a power supply on a WG monitor? I would like to keep a copy for the pinchasers...

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    Re: WG Monitors - Changing Power Supply

    I am looking for a power discharge process for the suction cup to aviod a zap!

    I have not changed one yet; however, lane 6 will be due shortly.


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      Re: WG Monitors - Changing Power Supply

      aligator clip, wire and a long blade screwdriver. Just attach the wire to the clip and tape the other end to the screwdriver(securely) Attach the aligator clip to a good ground and be sure to touch the ends of the HV cable several times.
      (919) 757-1789


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        Re: WG Monitors - Changing Power Supply

        ratchetwrist... worked like a charm. Thanks!


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