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Thank you. I do tend to be a bit un-verbose at times. As jhance pointed out, working on a PC with power still connected to power may be dangerous, but I sometimes assume such things being understood by all. I think the idea of using a surge protector turned "off" makes good sense: the power lines are cut, but ground connection should still be intact. Attach wrist strap to self and to computer chassis.

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