On Mon, Oct 04, 1999 at 03:59:22PM +0100, Michael Field - NC Systems Server Engineering - SUN Ireland mentioned:
> Here's a thought:
>> Could there be enough power left in the capacitors in the psu to blow your board
> (and not in a fun way) even when the box is plugged out?
>> Should you maybe hit the 'on' button to bleed 'em out or disconnect the power to
> the mother board before attacking it with screw-drivers?
I very much doubt it. There isn't that much high-tension stuff going on in
your average PSU to worry about it.
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