(10-06-2011, 11:31 AM)CC Solutions Wrote:(10-04-2011, 06:04 PM)Ernesto Wrote: Hee hee, dirt in yer eye. Did you see it coming? lol
My household vacuum is a built in and the main motor/bag is in the garage. It still fried my video card. All I did was dust the top of the desktop. If it touched the sensor I think it might have the ability to discharge.
Where in the world did you find a static electricity blog???? And I'm not very surprised to find Jason is one of the top ten posters on the blog either...
The Static doctor: Dr Jeremy Smallwood has been working as a static electricity consultant since 1987. He started his company Electrostatic Solutions Ltd to give top level static electricity research and development and consultancy services in 1997.
Dr. Jeremy Smallwood?
With a name like that I'm sure he had plenty of time in college for studying...
"Hey Brenda, do you and Sarah want to go on a date with me and my friend, Smallwood?? No? Maybe next week?"
There were blogs aplenty on how vacuums create static. The hardest part about choosing one was finding one you might understand. burrrrp