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Old 09-15-2017, 04:09 PM   #101
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Old 09-15-2017, 04:24 PM   #102
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A guy that used to work out where I work would disagree too. He's missing an arm from being "shocked".....I bet it felt a lot like being electrocuted when it happened.
Not sure I follow I was agreeing with the OP and posted the definition for everyone that was trying to correct him. Therefore I agree with you as well. Again it doesn't really matter I knew what he was asking.

Dad talked me into peeing on a hot fence once and that hurt like hell. He also convinced me to pull the wire off a spark plug to kill a mower that hurt pretty **** bad maybe even worse. 220 from a dryer will make you sore for a few days.
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Old 09-15-2017, 04:44 PM   #103
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those are frightening stories. I don't go near electricity without the klein tester to be 100% sure there's no power. Insurance less than $20.




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Old 09-15-2017, 04:45 PM   #104
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Fluke makes a real good meter for around $100, the T5-600. It should do just about everything you need to do at your house. Test every thing you are going to put your hands on. No reason to work on anything live at your house. If you can't identify and isolate the circuit you're working on, kill the main, verify zero voltage and rock on.
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Old 09-15-2017, 05:22 PM   #105
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Old 09-15-2017, 05:31 PM   #106
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That little Klein tester is great and pretty dependable(with a good battery). I use one alot but.. when I'm fidna put my grubbies on something, I give it a second check with a second meter for a lil "don'twizmyself" insurance.
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Old 09-15-2017, 05:41 PM   #107
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That little Klein tester is great and pretty dependable(with a good battery). I use one alot but.. when I'm fidna put my grubbies on something, I give it a second check with a second meter for a lil "don'twizmyself" insurance.
Never used the Klein tester, but have burned up a couple pair Kleins when the fluke non contact lied to me.
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Old 09-15-2017, 06:11 PM   #108
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Not sure I follow I was agreeing with the OP and posted the definition for everyone that was trying to correct him. Therefore I agree with you as well. Again it doesn't really matter I knew what he was asking.

Dad talked me into peeing on a hot fence once and that hurt like hell. He also convinced me to pull the wire off a spark plug to kill a mower that hurt pretty **** bad maybe even worse. 220 from a dryer will make you sore for a few days.
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Old 09-15-2017, 06:12 PM   #109
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Not sure I follow I was agreeing with the OP and posted the definition for everyone that was trying to correct him. Therefore I agree with you as well. Again it doesn't really matter I knew what he was asking.

Dad talked me into peeing on a hot fence once and that hurt like hell. He also convinced me to pull the wire off a spark plug to kill a mower that hurt pretty **** bad maybe even worse. 220 from a dryer will make you sore for a few days.
I was just agreeing with you. At the end of the day shocked and electrocuted might feel not much different.lol
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Old 09-15-2017, 06:21 PM   #110
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Never used the Klein tester, but have burned up a couple pair Kleins when the fluke non contact lied to me.
Our plant has outlawed non-contact voltage testers, and there's a good reason.
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Old 09-15-2017, 08:10 PM   #111
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Man yall make my liver quiver, Dad has been shocked by 220, and I have been hit by coils on a car but nothing like yall describe... Holy Moly....
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Old 09-15-2017, 08:20 PM   #112
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Lots of time shocked by 120v but never "electrocuted".

Worst was I got hit by 480v 3 phase once, luckily i was leaning against a metal line and it jumped out of my right shoulder. Huge burn/red mark. It took a few hours to get back to reality.
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Old 09-16-2017, 10:00 AM   #113
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Those are frightening stories. I don't go near electricity without the Klein tester to be 100% sure there's no power. Insurance less than $20.




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Old 09-16-2017, 11:01 AM   #114
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Are there any actual electricians on this site?

I kill breakers and use the death stick and another voltage meter. Been hit by 220 a once and learned my lesson. Some of y'all seem pretty stupid
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Old 09-16-2017, 11:38 AM   #115
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Simply put in the electrical field/trade getting electrocuted means "death by an electrical source".

Here is an electrocution. It is graphic, watch at your discretion.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RYCU7Vc97ws
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Old 09-16-2017, 12:33 PM   #116
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Got floored troubleshooting a leaking washing machine years ago. I couldn't find the leak while the machine was off. I won a Darwin Award that day.
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Old 09-16-2017, 12:36 PM   #117
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I got interrupted while working on my ac once. Forgot I hadn't discharged the capacitor. Sucker rocked me back flat on my *** and I sat there shaking my head like a bobble head doll. I hate electricity!
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Old 09-16-2017, 12:41 PM   #118
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I kill breakers and use the death stick and another voltage meter. Been hit by 220 a once and learned my lesson. Some of y'all seem pretty stupid


I cut the power off to the block to change a lightbulb lol.


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Old 09-16-2017, 12:46 PM   #119
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I have been zapped a few times by 110v , had a buddy fry his arm removing a battery from a truck. He ground out on the fender with his watch, watch turned into a Granad
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Old 09-16-2017, 01:08 PM   #120
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Been popped a handful of times by 220. I'm a slow learner. Been busted more times than I can count by 110. When I was working for my buddy's AC company he used to think it was funny to tell me the power was off when it wasn't lol.


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Old 09-16-2017, 02:19 PM   #121
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Simply put in the electrical field/trade getting electrocuted means "death by an electrical source".



Here is an electrocution. It is graphic, watch at your discretion.



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RYCU7Vc97ws


Dear Lord, that was a horrible death.

Question 1- why didn't the other knuckleheads get something that is an insulator to try to push it away? Instead of driving away in a minivan?

Question 2- that did not seem like a dumb surveillance camera. Somebody zoomed in?

Question 3- why do some folks say the Klein non contact testers are junk, others like I use them and there's nothing I found on the web about them failing and leading to shocks/ electrocution?

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Old 09-16-2017, 03:12 PM   #122
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I did a quick tap of a hot wire on top of a residential chain link fence. It didn't keep me attached, but I may as well have. Felt like I got punched in the shoulder by Tyson.

Had a very grateful experience with 14,400 and an aerial ladder on a fire truck. The guy who was driving decided he could be cute and try to turn and lower the ladder at the same time over the line. It touched on the way down, but never hit him or any of the other guy's that were in the vicinity. It grounded just below the front suspension, blew out a tire, and has been giving us electrical issues ever since. That tire was loud, too. The grateful part was that no one was injured. He got canned.
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Old 09-16-2017, 03:21 PM   #123
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Yes I have. Not by choice. It feels like toy hand buzzer to me.
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Old 09-16-2017, 03:56 PM   #124
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Simply put in the electrical field/trade getting electrocuted means "death by an electrical source".

Here is an electrocution. It is graphic, watch at your discretion.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RYCU7Vc97ws
If anything like that ever grabs me whoever is there needs to just let it go. I'll be cremated when I go anyways so it'll save someone some money.lol
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Old 09-16-2017, 04:42 PM   #125
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480 in one hand out the other hahaha. Talking about doing the chicken dance
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Old 09-16-2017, 05:00 PM   #126
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A buddy of mine was telling me the first guy he ever worked for wouldn't use a meter to check if something was hot. He saw him check 480 by licking two fingers,grabbing a wire and doing the same thing before grounding himself out. He said he saw him do the same thing with 120 and had to check it twice because he wasn't sure after the first time. I've known guys that checked electric fences by grabbing them. Wouldn't bother them one bit.

How is that even humanly possible? I just don't understand why something that would lay someone out might just tingle to someone else. It really doesn't make sense to me.

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Old 09-16-2017, 05:18 PM   #127
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A buddy of mine was telling me the first guy he ever worked for wouldn't use a meter to check if something was hot. He saw him check 480 by licking two fingers,grabbing a wire and doing the same thing before grounding himself out. He said he saw him do the same thing with 120 and had to check it twice because he wasn't sure after the first time. I've known guys that checked electric fences by grabbing them. Wouldn't bother them one bit.

How is that even humanly possible? I just don't understand why something that would lay someone out might just tingle to someone else. It really doesn't make sense to me.
Your buddy is gullible.
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Old 09-16-2017, 08:40 PM   #128
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Old 09-16-2017, 08:48 PM   #129
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Only 110 for me, it's happened a few times though. Anything else just scares me. I did get popped by a Hotwire fence one time, but it was just a pulse. I do remember that it didn't feel good.
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Old 09-16-2017, 09:19 PM   #130
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Shocked yes, electrocuted no. I was hanging phone cable on a part time job and came in contact with a primary line carrying 7200 volts. Knocked me unconscious for close to 5 minutes, 2nd degree burns to my right hand where it went in an I have four scars on my right thigh and hip that after 20 years of healing still looks like someone took an ice cream scoop and removed four large "scoops" of tissue. I also cracked two teeth from the force of my jaw muscles clamping down. I couldn't feel anything for the next twelve hours then things started hurting, every muscle in my body ached. The burns didn't hurt for about two days when the nerves finally started working again, then the next six weeks of scrubbing them really hurt!
It messed with me enough emotionally that the day after I came home from the hospital a light bulb burned out in a lamp, it took me a week or two to get my courage up to change it.
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One of my jobs between semesters at school I worked as an electricians helper. My bosses boss came by one day to check on some work and bragged he could test a circuit with his fingers. I called bs and he showed me. He licked two fingers on one hand and touched them to the hot and neutral of 120v circuit that was live.
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Old 09-16-2017, 09:47 PM   #132
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I grab the electric fence to test it. Does that count?
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Old 09-16-2017, 10:29 PM   #133
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Been hit by 120 so many times I can count. 277 once but hit by Tig welder a couple x welding and it's a whole different kind of shock!

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Old 09-16-2017, 11:43 PM   #134
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3 very good friends got hit with a 74,000 volt power line. 2 of them were on the front of a brush truck, putting out a grass fire... The third tried to save them.

All 3 died 3 times en route to Parkland, Thank you Careflite for saving them.

Randal lost both legs above the knee, and his eyesight.

Mark has 3rd degree burns on 90% of his body. He is currently the chief of Somerville County F. D. He just spent 3 weeks around Corpus and surrounding area helping with rescue.

All this happened when they were 18 years old, as Volunteer Firefighters.


I don't care if they were shocked, or electrocuted, they are Heroes in my book.
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For the record, the highline broke, fell on a bull, and started a very large grass fire... It was so smokey, they never saw the wire until it hit the cage of the brush truck.
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Your buddy is gullible.
He could be but I know some people it doesn't bother to grab an electric fence and even that is impressive. I wasn't there to see the guy test that stuff but my buddy swears he did it. Either way I ain't even grabbing no electric fence on purpose. I don't have the ability to not almost wet my pants and lose control of my bowels simultaneously when I get shocked.
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Old 09-17-2017, 01:26 AM   #137
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A lady who worked for a buddy was hot air ballon riding got blown into a high line , her husband threw her out of it she fell over 100 feet and lost a leg
The husband got stuck on the line and burned up enough to not have enough left to bury him, now that is electrocuted
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Old 09-17-2017, 04:12 AM   #138
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Love these stories and the absolute non understanding of electricity
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Old 09-17-2017, 06:32 AM   #139
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Dear Lord, that was a horrible death.

Question 1- why didn't the other knuckleheads get something that is an insulator to try to push it away? Instead of driving away in a minivan?

Question 2- that did not seem like a dumb surveillance camera. Somebody zoomed in?

Question 3- why do some folks say the Klein non contact testers are junk, others like I use them and there's nothing I found on the web about them failing and leading to shocks/ electrocution?

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We've called those things little liars for years.
I have on several occasions trusted one when I shouldn't have. Never again.
I doubt it's coincidence that most electricians won't trust them either.
Use a wiggy or a real meter.


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Old 09-17-2017, 07:13 AM   #140
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We've called those things little liars for years.
I have on several occasions trusted one when I shouldn't have. Never again.
I doubt it's coincidence that most electricians won't trust them either.
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This. Been an electrician for twenty years now and have seen my guys use them and they fail. Had my share of riding the lightning.
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Old 09-17-2017, 07:30 AM   #141
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Glad your okay Ryan, that stuff ain't no fun at all. Been hit a time or 2 over the years and I use a volt meter and insulated tools now just to be sure when messing with the stuff.
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Old 09-17-2017, 08:37 AM   #142
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Simply put in the electrical field/trade getting electrocuted means "death by an electrical source".

Here is an electrocution. It is graphic, watch at your discretion.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RYCU7Vc97ws
Holy crap!! Wished I hadn't watched that one...
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Old 09-17-2017, 09:19 AM   #143
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Been bit by 120VAC a couple of times. Been bit by a fence charger when I was a kid. Uncle raised German Shepherds and I laid my arms on top of fence.

I use to work commercial plumbing and as a helper I worked for a small outfit for a while. Installing a add-on fire sprinkler over a new 1 million pound press at Glitch steel down on the south side. Pulled fuses on overhead crane as we were stepping over the 480V exposed trolley car style electrical. Was draining the system and the valve on engineering drawings was wrong. Carl (lead) got down to find the engineer and I stayed up. Had to take a dump so I got down. Was washing my hands when a steel worker came in and asked if I was with the plumbers and I said yup. He said one of our guys fell. I rushed out there and Carl was laying on top of a metal table and a welder. Up in the rafters it was real dirty as all they did was weld, cut, grind, etc... A paramedic and a worker were performing CPR till EMS arrived. After 20 minutes or so they left to go to Parkland. I rushed from far south Dallas to far north Dallas to get Carl's wife. By the time we got to the hospital Carl was dead. Come to find out after I got down a worker came in and saw the fuses out so he replaced them. Carl was "electrocuted" climbing back over the hot wires.

Carl's wife won a huge lawsuit against Glitch Steel...

Carl was still dead though...
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