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==== Avoid opening your power supply ==== When checking your power supply, be mindful that parts of the board will be live at mains (110v-240v) voltages when plugged in, and that there are high voltage capacitors inside that will hold a charge long after the supply is unplugged! Don't electrocute yourself, damage expensive equipment, or burn your home down'''. Repairs to power supplies are done at your own risk.'''
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