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    Lapsafe Repair How To

    Would people here find a "How To" on replacing a damaged adaptor cable on a Lapsafe Smartline useful?

    Just about to fix another and can take some pics if other would find it helpful.

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    Yes please, we have 2 trolleys of the things. I have taken one apart only though to remove the locks

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    Playing devils advocate but is this allowed from the electrical point of view?

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    Quote Originally Posted by plexer View Post
    Playing devils advocate but is this allowed from the electrical point of view?

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    Fair point Ben have thought about this myself. The actual process in no different than if you were replacing the PSU of a PC. There is no soldering etc involved. Just the (un)plugging of some screws and cables really.

    Although last this I want it someone to follow it and get zapped. Maybe not such a good idea.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SYSMAN_MK View Post
    Fair point Ben have thought about this myself. The actual process in no different than if you were replacing the PSU of a PC. There is no soldering etc involved. Just the (un)plugging of some screws and cables really.

    Although last this I want it someone to follow it and get zapped. Maybe not such a good idea.
    Isn't that Why we have disclaimers.

    I would be interested as i have just noticed three damaged cables in Our trolley

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    Quote Originally Posted by SYSMAN_MK View Post
    Fair point Ben have thought about this myself. The actual process in no different than if you were replacing the PSU of a PC. There is no soldering etc involved. Just the (un)plugging of some screws and cables really.

    Although last this I want it someone to follow it and get zapped. Maybe not such a good idea.
    But then if you didn't they might try anyway. I doubt your instructions would increase the chance of zappage.

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    Guide now available from here.

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    I'd probably add a [Solution] tag to the front of that for good measure if I were you just to make it very clear in searches etc that it is not a question.



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