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Originally Posted by BoJo24 View Post

when i touch the buttons no, but wheb i touch the plug 3.5" yes
I have this power supply

If it's under warranty please get it checked then. Are you connecting it directly to the power outlet or indirectly through spike buster or surge protector? Does the spike buster or surge protector have 3 pin plug? Some have RFI and EMI filter indicator check them? You should call an electrician for grounding issues.
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yes, the power supply connected to the spike and the spike connected to protector.
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