Re: Can we talk safety for a moment?

Ed Breya

What Cliff said about low voltage, high current. Also the same issues working on cars etc - poking around in 12V battery circuits that can deliver hundreds of amps is risky with rings or watches on, but harmless to intact skin. Adding metal tools restores some risk, like from working or dropping a tool in the wrong place. That's why you should disconnect the grounded end of a battery first, so you don't have to swing a hot wrench or pliers around in close quarters. Ed

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