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#196591 5-Jun-2016 21:12
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Basically I have a couple of high wattage speakers which are not worth selling (poor condition). I also have a rusty 48v dc motor. I want to finish them off by plugging them into the wall outlet. 

 

What will be best to use between the wall outlet and the item being destructed so I don;t blow fuses / damage the house wiring? Anything else I should be aware of outside of not touching a live circuit?


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  #1566184 5-Jun-2016 21:18
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How about "don't"?

This has to be the stupidest thing I've ever seen somebody contemplate.

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  #1566185 5-Jun-2016 21:22
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Sounds like a hammer would be a much safer and smarter solution





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  #1566187 5-Jun-2016 21:24
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  #1566189 5-Jun-2016 21:33
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Don't? why not? Have seen plenty of videos of people plugging it straight into the wall on the internet. I want to do it for fun, in a safe manner, hence why I am asking. Obviously it is not ideal, I understand the basics of electricity. I could just throw the speakers out but where is the fun in that? I do not see what is darwin about asking advice on how to safely execute something, so maybe only comment if you have something useful to say? 


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