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post #11 of 20
Oh alright, I assumed it was a UPS because it had UPS in the name. Feel free to try it but I'd bring in an electrician first if it were me. The line conditioner may protect your computer but if you have bad power, you're gonna get a lot more dead appliances down the line.
post #12 of 20
you will always spend money to save money in the end
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Shub not my house, that part doesn't affect me. It's an old house and dad won't believe jack all about bad power so yeah, I'll protect my stuff and if he doesn't' want to, it's his doing. That being said I seemingly have to change the light bulb the least amount of times.
post #14 of 20
get a good UPC and you will be ok, you could even put your lamp on it
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get a good UPC and you will be ok, you could even put your lamp on it
heh that opti-ups will be more then enough for me, my computer + 2 monitors + router and modem doesn't break 510w under full load.
post #16 of 20
I'd love a whole house 50kW line conditioner. That would be awesome.
post #17 of 20
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I'd love a whole house 50kW line conditioner. That would be awesome.
same here but the price....
post #18 of 20
What does a multi-meter show for your house voltage? Something is not right if you are frying stuff all the time? Is your stuff grounded? Or rather does the house have any grounds?
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What does a multi-meter show for your house voltage? Something is not right if you are frying stuff all the time? Is your stuff grounded? Or rather does the house have any grounds?
There's grounds and i'm sure my stuff is grounded.
post #20 of 20
Hey, question, when testing outlet voltage does the black lead of the DMM go to the neutral wire or the ground wire?
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