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What a bunch of !&^&^kitten answers - 25-40k volts with low ams is nothing, go stick your thumb in a distributor whilst an engine’s running and you’ll get a feel for it. Wait till you get a mere 440 on high amps and see how that feels, not easy to let go of the offending item either and guaranteed hilarity for your co-workers! Or 90kv+ ESD’s from pipeline plastic coating/rollers in cold dry climates - essentially lightning, pick you clean off the floor and throw you 3 car lengths away with ease. Then you get up, brush yourself off and get back to work before the gaffer reaches you to see why productions stopped ;-) [br]
What a bunch of !&^&^kitten answers - 25-40k volts with low ams is nothing, go stick your thumb in a distributor whilst an engine’s running and you’ll get a feel for it. Wait till you get a mere 440 on high amps and see how that feels, not easy to let go of the offending item either and guaranteed hilarity for your co-workers! Or 90kv+ ESD’s from pipeline plastic coating/rollers in cold dry climates - essentially lightning, pick you clean off the floor and throw you 3 car lengths away with ease. Then you get up, brush yourself off and get back to work before the gaffer reaches you to see why productions stopped ;-) [br]
 
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Stuff a screwdriver in the anode with a wire/clip attached to a chassis ground (no need for external ground, resistors or any other bs); no spark/sound? discharged. Whip it out and nip the bud off the end to release the vacuum. Chances of it imploding are minimal, providing you are wearing standard PEE (glasses/screen/gloves) you will be fine even if it does. [br]
 
 
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As for the fish-tank that’s a good idea, just wear a respirator (or scarf and don’t breathe) when slitting it open. It’s not safe $@$* inside there, so don’t go inhaling the dust - it’s that simple. If you’re worried about handling it wear gloves. I did this for my retrofit Amstrad PCW to make the new screen look insconspicuous and was a 5 minute job from start to finish.

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What a bunch of !&^&^ answers - 25-40k volts with low ams is nothing, go stick your thumb in a distributor whilst an engine’s running and you’ll get a feel for it. Wait till you get a mere 440 on high amps and see how that feels, not easy to let go of the offending item either and guaranteed hilarity for your co-workers! Or 90kv+ ESD’s from pipeline plastic coating/rollers in cold dry climates - essentially lightning, pick you clean off the floor and throw you 3 car lengths away with ease. Then you get up, brush yourself off and get back to work before the gaffer reaches you to see why productions stopped ;-) [br]

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Stuff a screwdriver in the anode with a wire/clip attached to a chassis ground (no need for external ground, resistors or any other bs); no spark/sound? discharged. Whip it out and nip the bud off the end to release the vacuum. Chances of it imploding are minimal, providing you are wearing standard PEE (glasses/screen/gloves) you will be fine even if it does. [br]

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As for the fish-tank that’s a good idea, just wear a respirator (or scarf and don’t breathe) when slitting it open. It’s not safe $@$* inside there, so don’t go inhaling the dust - it’s that simple. If you’re worried about handling it wear gloves. I did this for my retrofit Amstrad PCW to make the new screen look insconspicuous and was a 5 minute job from start to finish.

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