AND A VERY STUPID, DEADLY THING TO DO. YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED !
might blow up your multimeter if there's a bad fault or worse, Kill yourself !
The Parts list. 1 x 3 pin mains plug (wire all earth wires in last of all). 1 x 22nF ( 0.22uF ) Class X2 polyester capacitor rated at 400V ~ 630V AC. Must be X2 Rated. 1 x Small plastic box,about 50mm x 100mm x 80mm or similar 1 x crimp "ring eyelet" per appliance, for, say 2 appliances ? Two will be required. 1 x 2 way mains insulated terminal screw block per appliance. 1 x strip of quality brand double sided tape (or hig quality velcro tape). 1 x small nut & screw 10mm to hold the terminal block. 1 x strip of 10 terminal blocks, cut into two per box. 1 x length of 230V mains rated flexible green earthing wire, 1 x Mains surge protector power board to suit all your devices. 4 x Quality made small cable ties. NOTE: You may also wish to consider the additional circuit concept ( below Fig. 3) as a adjunct protection.
The Parts list. 1 x 400 Milli-watt 4.7 Volt ~ 5.1 volt, a 5.6 Volt zener diode being the Maximum. 1 x Small amount of solder to be skillfully applied. 1 x Time to correctly and carefully do the job correctly. Note: The addition of several 5.1 Zener diodes on all RCA sockets did in fact "clamp and stop the "Biteys" from sparking when connecting other switched-mode devices. It was amazing actually, one did not need to dim any lights to see the actual " small sparks " that passed from the VCR or DVD player to the RCA cable.
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