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Electrical and electronic equipment can use dangerous voltages, and great care must be taken when working on such equipment. Vintage equipment in particular may be especially hazardous because safety regulations applicable at the time of manufacture could be very different to present-day standards.

Servicing electrical and electronic equipment requires a high standard of competence. When working on electrical or electronic equipment, there is a very real possibility of serious loss or injury, or even death. Such equipment can continue to present an electrical hazard for some time after being switched off. Some equipment can contain hazardous substances, and television sets can represent an implosion hazard.

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13 October, 2011