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malox moment

Post by redlght » Saturday, 15 October 2016, 19:36 PM

Send all your stuff to this person for permanent repair lol
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Post by jessejamesdallas » Sunday, 16 October 2016, 6:42 AM

:shock: Get someone to record a video, and plug it in! This should be entertaining...least for a few seconds. :lol:
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Post by Big blue » Sunday, 16 October 2016, 7:47 AM

Makes the rest/most of us look that much better........... :icon_rolleyes:
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Post by 543FtWorth » Sunday, 16 October 2016, 8:22 AM

I tried that with an old midland radio when I was in elementary school. I found the radio but had no power supply. I borrowed the power cord from an old stereo that would also run on batteries. I figured it had to work. :blackeye:

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Post by 543FtWorth » Sunday, 16 October 2016, 8:59 AM

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Something like that. :lol:

I used one of these units. Very easy to cram the wires into.

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Post by Scipio Kid » Monday, 24 October 2016, 2:24 AM

Some of us are simply drawn to electricity for better or worse, often for worse. My dad was an avid toy train collector. Had one of the biggest collections in the country. So I grew up with it and figured out electricity very young, just figured it wrong I guess, like the guy above. I knew the transformers would allow you to run a train set from off to slow to fast or anywhere in between and I figured wiring it direct (without the transformer) would get top speed. So my best friend and I tried it. Ran a direct line to the wall socket ... when I plugged it in, the motor in that Lionel locomotive spun like a dragster for a second, then sparks flew, the main fuses to the house blew and Mom's favorite throw rug was on fire! Got grounded for a month on that one.

A couple months later at cub scouts (yes, I started young), there were a lot of wires (cut from hay bails) piled up near my scout leader's shed. After 'Scouts' we were goofing off out there when i got the bright idea to take those long bailing wires and throw them up into the power lines running along the rear property line. Thinking I knew a lot about electricity, I told the other boys the bailing wire would short out the power lines and make some cool sparks, so we all started hucking those wires up into the power lines, the main high-line from the sub-station, not the 240v to the house. And it worked! We made lots of fireworks, blew a line fuse (for the first time) which sounds like a stick of dynamite going off and burned a thousand pounds of hay, a fence and a shed to the ground. Got grounded for the summer on that one.

Maybe sometime I'll tell you all how I caught the High School on fire experimenting with an Arc Welder. Got grounded for the rest of the school year that time.

With age and experience however, things sometimes ... really get bad. A couple years ago I ran a crane into a transmission line near a hydro-electric plant. You should have seen those fireworks! They told me it was 230,000 volts. Seemed like more. Didn't get grounded (or even electrocuted) but had to pay all the damages. Sheesh, electricity can sure get expensive some times.
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Re: malox moment

Post by 295 antenna » Tuesday, 29 November 2016, 17:33 PM

Scipio Kid please dont take this the wrong way but OMG!!!!! My hair was standing up just reading about your exploits
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