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Query on Sparks from Scart

Discussion in 'Digital TV - UK & Europe' started by faolteam, Nov 5, 2007.

  1. faolteam

    faolteam Regular member

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    i hope you dont shoot me but i have a query,

    when i plug in the scart be it to the BOX or a DVD player i get high voltage sparks in fact if i hold the scart lead and touch either the BOx or th DVD i get a tingling feeling, would my NTL cable be damaged or bare outside any clues be really appreciated,

    Scouser for Taoiseach,,,,,,,,,,
     
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    Sounds like a residual current try a surge protected power block.
     
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    well it happens in the room upstairs and the dining room two seprate outlets ???
     
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    can i ask if i need a surge power block which item is sending the surge down is it th Tv dvd box im confused
     
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    Could be any of these items. It hasnt affected your viewing so I wouldnt be too bothered.
     
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    just u do get a nasty tingle when u touch the scart and dvd
     
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    Yep it the same if you touch the end of your coax connection.
     

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