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This video shows how I take microwave magnets out of a microwave.
I hang screwdrivers, pliers, saw blades, etc on them. I hold up maps, building plans, instructions, etc...with them. I pick up nails, screws etc... with them..... the list goes on.. AND here's another cool thing I do with them:
ruvid.net/video/видео-n6XXroLojio.html
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ruvid.net/video/видео-o1uubKwmz0.html
DISCLAIMER: It can be very dangerous to take microwaves apart. The capacitor can hold a charge even if the microwave has been unplugged for a while. YOU CAN GET SHOCKED! There are other risks such as the ceramic piece that holds a dangerous substance.... if this is broken and contents inhaled, there can be serious consequences to your health. Don't attempt this if you are not willing to accept the risk of shock, inhalation or other injury! In fact.... don't even do this unless you have researched ALL the threats.

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21 янв 2012

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Mark M
Mark M День назад
Thanks for sharing! Enjoyed seeing the microwave taken apart. Takes me back to childhood. I was good at taking things apart, not so good putting them back together. As for magnets, my preference is Harbor Freight: www.harborfreight.com/catalogsearch/result/index/?dir=asc&limit=60&order=Sort+Price%2Ct&q=magnets Take care.
Phil Crockett
Phil Crockett День назад
Harbor freight has a lot of great stuff. Those magnets look like a good deal. However, I still can't throw a broken microwave away without taking the magnets. It's just too easy.
Marius Baban
Marius Baban День назад
I do not recommend shorting the capacitors out because of noise sparks and high discharge that may ruin it! Use 60 watt 220 v bulb that will discharge the capacitor slower and without sparks. This I bet you didn't knew about it!
Phil Crockett
Phil Crockett День назад
I didn't know about the bulb trick. However, I still say...."don't touch or mess with it at all".
Burt Jones
Burt Jones 2 дня назад
Thanks for the vid. never thought about the magnets in a microwave. Using the old microwave to store welding rods with the light on only. Very humid here. Just cut up two speakers up for the magnets. I use them to hold screws when I dissemble small subject matter. I have them every where. These magnets look very clean. Thanks again
Phil Crockett
Phil Crockett 2 дня назад
Glad you liked my video. I can’t seem to get enough magnets! Very useful!
geardriven
geardriven 2 дня назад
How strong are these, i.e., are they worth the trouble?
Isvasu Sadhu
Isvasu Sadhu 18 часов назад
I watched this video through the end. It must worth something. Thanks.
Phil Crockett
Phil Crockett 2 дня назад
It only takes 20 minutes or less to get them out. Or..... u can just throw them away along with the old microwave. I guess it’s an individual decision on whether it’s worth it or not. They are pretty strong for what I need them for. I guess everyone has their own definition of trouble. It’s super easy for me, and Worth the 20 minutes it takes to do it. I’d rather spent 20 minutes getting free magnets tearing the microwave apart than watching 30 minutes of TV.... but that’s just me.
Renton Sad Boy
Renton Sad Boy 3 дня назад
water pump pliers
Cat Keys
Cat Keys День назад
That's apparently what they USED to be called, before they started making them with channels to allow for more size adjustability.
Phil Crockett
Phil Crockett 3 дня назад
snow manifold weedeater
Alvin Lamb
Alvin Lamb 3 дня назад
GREAT VIDEO THANK YOU FOR SHARING
Phil Crockett
Phil Crockett 3 дня назад
you're welcome, Alvin!!! Thanks for taking the time to comment!
victor castle
victor castle 3 дня назад
Thanks for the video, I have a old one to take apart for the magnets. It seems back when I was growing up, we didn't have so many stupid people . Back then we didn't have all the mandatory warnings on every thing either. Maybe all these mandatory warnings, isn't such a good thing after all ??? Unplug, before cutting the cord :- )
Phil Crockett
Phil Crockett 3 дня назад
I can't be too careful when warning the public these days.
ytjbet
ytjbet 5 дней назад
Another source of magnets is hard disk drives. These Neodymium magnets powerful. You don't want your finger between two of them. They have a mounting plate with tiny holes. So have them around the basement to hand stuff. You can buy these buy the pound online, BTW.
Phil Crockett
Phil Crockett 4 дня назад
You're in luck! I have a video on that! ruvid.net/video/видео-YKzPt18aE_0.html
Scott Lytton
Scott Lytton 6 дней назад
Wow man you must really need magnets. Lol
Phil Crockett
Phil Crockett 6 дней назад
I can't get enough of them! Love them!
JonnyBoy Dickinson
JonnyBoy Dickinson 7 дней назад
Thanks for the revelation that a broken & crappy microwave has a couple of pretty powerful magnets Phil. As soon as I seen this I dug our last broken oven out of the basement. Ripped the thing apart with a Philips screwdriver, snips and a flat headed screwy! Took me all of 10 minutes ! These kinda magnets aren't that easy to buy in a hardware store in the U.K. Maybe online but a what strength & prices!?!? What puts people off, especially if they're gonna be used to make money (hard to come by in this now shit world) & guess what they will be used for....? ! ? ! lol.Will try em out & tell the shop owner's how easy it was to remove their alarm tags. so they'll update their systems. Probably won't work but nice to take things apart & see how shit works.
mario abney
mario abney 5 дней назад
JonnyBoy Dickinson
Phil Crockett
Phil Crockett 6 дней назад
So glad you appreciate this! Thanks for the comment, JonnyBoy!
Peggy Hall
Peggy Hall 7 дней назад
Is this dangerous...an electrical shock from the magnotron still having electricity inside.it? Thank you.
Phil Crockett
Phil Crockett 6 дней назад
shock from the capacitor.
Virtualmuzyk
Virtualmuzyk 11 дней назад
Transformer is very easy to rewire to different use. You can easy get good amps for bigger battery charger or car subwoofer amplifier in home usage. I have build my own 400watts using car amplifier and I build in power supply using rewired microwave transformer which gave me over 30 amps. My car battery gave up after playing 30 minutes of havy techno.😃
Pamela Robinson
Pamela Robinson 14 дней назад
Can you buy them?
Phil Crockett
Phil Crockett 14 дней назад
I'm sure you can. I think Walmart sells them on-line.
Hop'n To Be Wheat Not A Tare
Hop'n To Be Wheat Not A Tare 16 дней назад
Great video...I was getting ready to buy some magnets...now I won't have to. Thanks
Phil Crockett
Phil Crockett 15 дней назад
Thanks for the positive feedback, Hop'n!
Nicușor Ciprian Vlad BANI GHEAȚĂ
How many magnets I need for 400w?
Jeff MacKenzie
Jeff MacKenzie 15 дней назад
Nicușor Ciprian Vlad BANI GHEAȚĂ 40mocro waves???
Nicușor Ciprian Vlad BANI GHEAȚĂ
+Phil Crockett i know
Phil Crockett
Phil Crockett 16 дней назад
I don't know.
Oqubay Kifle
Oqubay Kifle 16 дней назад
Wow thanks bro
Phil Crockett
Phil Crockett 16 дней назад
No prob!
quantumbits
quantumbits 20 дней назад
WHy no mention of the dangers? Don't even touch and be sure not to break the beryllium insulator...the pink ceramic. If you break it the dust can be Quite toxic. It will attack the lungs and cannot be cleaned out my.clevelandclinic.org/health/diseases/13807-beryllium-disease
sy Tam
sy Tam 17 дней назад
一-
Phil Crockett
Phil Crockett 20 дней назад
This subject has been discussed in the comment section over the last serval years.... to the point of exhaustion. Your reference is a good one that I've seen different versions of over the years, but leaves out a lot of information. Here's the short version: Beryllium disease occurs from the inhalation of beryllium dust particles. This has happened in manufacturing and mining situations where the dust is part of the workers environment. IOW: This has never happen from taking magnets out of a microwave. You would have to find a very old microwave that has real beryllium parts, crush those up, and snort the dust. This is no different than the "popcorn lung" case out of Jasper, MO, and the on going hype about asbestos. These product have been given bad names from extreme situations to where people are now saying you can't even touch them. My point to this can be summed up in this similar statement: Don't eat microwave popcorn. The dust from the flavoring can give you bronchiolitis obliterates. www.webmd.com/lung/popcorn-lung#1 cheers! no hate'n here.... just thought I'd get a fair turn at responding. I'm glad to know you care about folks!
Keith Purdue
Keith Purdue 28 дней назад
No star bits?
Johnny Hernadez
Johnny Hernadez 8 дней назад
No
Phil Crockett
Phil Crockett 28 дней назад
got some now! I bought a set of Torx wrenches from Habor Freight, and have used them once in the last 5 years....... at least I have some now.
Twosheds Jackson
Twosheds Jackson 28 дней назад
Unplug BEFORE you cut the cord.
Terry Foster
Terry Foster 27 дней назад
LOL
Phil Crockett
Phil Crockett 28 дней назад
good call!
Scott A. Taylor
Scott A. Taylor Месяц назад
I like your tip about cutting the cord, sometimes we forget to unplug.
Phil Crockett
Phil Crockett 28 дней назад
true!
mt8149
mt8149 Месяц назад
Tried all this, but my microwave still doesn't work. :-( Thanks for the video.
Joe Marco
Joe Marco 13 дней назад
on
reeab
reeab 28 дней назад
You are too funny!
Patrick Nelson
Patrick Nelson 29 дней назад
Phil Crockett - This kills the microwave.
Phil Crockett
Phil Crockett Месяц назад
Did you try dropping it from a tall ladder?
David Turner
David Turner Месяц назад
Very interesting I never knew you could salvage magnets out of an old microwave.
St8kout
St8kout 8 дней назад
You can also get rare earth magnets out of computer hard drives. Their small, but powerful.
Phil Crockett
Phil Crockett Месяц назад
Yep! something to think about before throwing out a broken microwave.
Jason. Madara
Jason. Madara Месяц назад
How and where can I get LG neo magnets that pick up 20 lbs atleast ? And free or out of something
Richard Ford
Richard Ford 25 дней назад
Hip hip
mick mccrory
mick mccrory Месяц назад
Convert your Microwave into a small 200 Mega Watt fusion reactor. Plans... $19.95
reeab
reeab 28 дней назад
Haha!
Phil Crockett
Phil Crockett Месяц назад
ok
Peter Richardson
Peter Richardson Месяц назад
No the capacitor needs to be drained down to earth, shorting it out will not clear it of charge.
John Perkins
John Perkins 3 дня назад
Earth is not relevant nor relative to the charge in the capacitor. The potential across the terminals doesn't know what earth is.
Robert Veach
Robert Veach 7 дней назад
wrong answer. Shorting it out will cause the electrons to dump through the low resistance of the short, and will drain the charge completely out and make it totally safe to handle.
P Dog
P Dog 7 дней назад
I'm pretty sure he means to bury it at least 6 inches underground.
jennifer bolden
jennifer bolden 14 дней назад
Peter Richardson you don't know what you are talking about stop trying to sound smart
Imgert Berg
Imgert Berg 18 дней назад
A hacksaw will do, best when charged (evil grin). Really shorting them will discharge them fully. Earth has nothing to do with it. If earth plays a role in this, the only way is when you touch (when discharged!!) one of the pins and the other is grounded (by the casing or any means) the cap will charge a little bit from your body from statics. But other than that, Earth?..nope.
Jim Cohen
Jim Cohen Месяц назад
I found this interesting but was hoping there would be a comment about WHY anyone would want to salvage the magnets from a microwave? It's an awful lot of trouble to go through to dig out two little magnets that are hardly worth anything. Or am I missing something here...?
MEYO DoCs
MEYO DoCs 3 дня назад
Your comment is yet again proof of how our establishment has succeeded in misinformig us to the point of not knowing how much electricity one can get using only this two magnets.
Chippy
Chippy 5 дней назад
Jim. If you have no use for a magnet, then as you say, to you, this video is nothing more than of interest. Some people have other uses for them, their 'worth' is irrelevant as they don't want to sell them. I take different things apart all the time, to learn how they are made, so I can repair others later. I always keep bits that might useful for other projects. Their worth only becomes apparent when you find an alternative use for them. I don't always find a use for the items I retrive but the knowledge I gain is not a commodity and worth a lot more than money to me.
Robert Veach
Robert Veach 7 дней назад
for Adsense views...
Lester Butt
Lester Butt 16 дней назад
you can make light with magnets .
1Ephraimite
1Ephraimite 28 дней назад
Jim Cohen - There’s a wide array of things that tinkerers can use magnets for, even inventors use magnets for various reasons, but this in no way can be considered *_”Awful lot of work”_* unless you’re not used to using your hands for anything else but ordering things with your phone online.😏
Erika Starr
Erika Starr Месяц назад
U can use the transformer to make a lichtenberg device.
John Perkins
John Perkins 3 дня назад
Yes, they're great for that. Check Big Clive on RUvid for a couple of simple safety mods (eg. putting two buttons in series so that both your hands are indisposed while it's running). Thank you, Erika.
Lester Butt
Lester Butt 16 дней назад
Erika , i have a large, powerfull magnet. i use around the grage to find nuts , and lost bolts . if i put it in my inside pocket, and went to canadian tire. in the tool section . i would leave 50 lbs. heavyer.. and maybe hand-cuffed .but a magnet can be used for different things.
Jason. Madara
Jason. Madara Месяц назад
How
Phil Crockett
Phil Crockett Месяц назад
I like this idea!
rajeev kumar vishwakarma
rajeev kumar vishwakarma Месяц назад
Microwave tere papa lake denge
Harry F
Harry F Месяц назад
rajeev kumar vishwakarma o
Bob Pendleton
Bob Pendleton Месяц назад
I first took apart a magnetron 55 years ago. It was a take out from a post ww2 radar unit. What I got out of it were two HUGE alnico magnets in aluminum jackets. Taking things apart is a great way to learn.
John Perkins
John Perkins 3 дня назад
Yes, yes and yes. There's nothing like taking things apart--plus it's fun.
Kev Dean
Kev Dean Месяц назад
Yeah I've learned I'm no good at putting things back together, "A man's got to know his limitations" Dirty Harry Calaghan.
Ralph Sayin
Ralph Sayin Месяц назад
Bob Pendleton gfgggggguy
Ralph Sayin
Ralph Sayin Месяц назад
Yytyyyyyyyy
Ralph Sayin
Ralph Sayin Месяц назад
Bob Pendleton bb
Jose Colmenares
Jose Colmenares Месяц назад
VERY NICE ..
Phil Crockett
Phil Crockett Месяц назад
thanks!
Christopher Leubner
Christopher Leubner Месяц назад
I've found the most common issue is they need a good cleaning and the door switches are number two. easiest way to fix them is hook up to something that draws a couple amps and click it a few times. The internal arc flash cleans up the contacts. Used to have a huge collection of these magnets.
phxxr650r
phxxr650r Месяц назад
We didn't have microwaves when I was young and curious about electricity
Phil Crockett
Phil Crockett Месяц назад
I remember my first microwave. It was huge, heavy, and pricy
GW
GW Месяц назад
Lord, I made the mistake way back in my young and dumb years to let my curiosity get the better of me. Took an old microwave apart and accidently hit that capacitor damn near killed me. Best advice to any one, go buy a magnet, leave these alone, all it takes is one mistake and you could kill yourself. For anyone who does not know what a capacitors job is, it STORES electricity, and way more then the unit will use, but needs to start up. TV's have them also, as do many other electrical items.
John Perkins
John Perkins 3 дня назад
That's terrible advice. Just go in there knowing you should have a steel bar, preferably insulated. A big screwdriver does fine.
Michael Snow
Michael Snow Месяц назад
THIS Comment should be highlighted BEWARE "Also be VERY careful not to break or shatter those purple-pink colored things on the magnetron, the dust is extremely toxic if inhaled."!!!
John Perkins
John Perkins 3 дня назад
+Phil Crockett I like your thinking.
ike ace
ike ace Месяц назад
+Christopher Leubner I hope ur correct
Les Cuebas
Les Cuebas Месяц назад
+Phil Crockett i first encountered beryllium in early 90's. i bought a mountain bike handle bar made of it. SUPER light!!! it came with a warning not to sand or weld due to toxicity. Never had a bike with a toxic warning label before!
Christopher Leubner
Christopher Leubner Месяц назад
The pinkies are ruby alumina ceramic, not bad. The ones that are dangerous are bright white and come out of more expensive commercial microwave ovens. They are made of beryllium oxide.
Phil Crockett
Phil Crockett Месяц назад
yes... this has been an exhaustive on-going discussion over the years in the comment section. I've actually learned a lot about beryllium and how they once were used in microwaves. Also... the history of this element is interesting. It started out as a sweetener due to it's sweet flavor. It has only been considered dangerous in mining and manufacturing where the dust is airborne and people inhale over time. And it seems that only certain people are affected by this.... kind of like a severe allergy. But like anything, people take the facts and inflate them. You should research this topic and like I have....it's VERY interesting, and will likely uncover the truths about it. THanks for the comment. I'm sure we could all learn more about this. In short..... even though the modern microwaves don't have beryllium, I still wouldn't crush the insulator up and snort it! HA! Thanks again for watching and commenting.
Alek Alekwise
Alek Alekwise Месяц назад
Such a magnet costs $3.82 at Walmart. Is not it easier to buy it?
John Perkins
John Perkins 3 дня назад
+Jose Lopez Yep
Jose Lopez
Jose Lopez 27 дней назад
Forget the magnets when I could get the capacitor $25 worth and the power transformer for another $25.
Phil Crockett
Phil Crockett Месяц назад
YES!
Phil Crockett
Phil Crockett Месяц назад
Actually, it would cost $3.82 for one + $5 shipping. here's the link: www.walmart.com/ip/10E797-9-8-lb-Pull-Ring-Magnet/669754422
velvetpaws999
velvetpaws999 Месяц назад
Actually, at Walmart, you get 15 of them for 6 bucks. That is 40 cents per magnet. How long does it take to dismantle a microwave and extract two little magnets?
Tom Pettit
Tom Pettit Месяц назад
The magnets in old computer hard drives are smaller and much stronger. Try to find an old SCSI drive. They are so strong that 2 of them will PINCH you!
Michael Carter
Michael Carter 13 дней назад
Yes they are very strong from the hard drive
Phil Crockett
Phil Crockett Месяц назад
HA! yes.... I get comments on the hard drive video from people who tell me to get them out of microwaves! Here's my video on hard drive destruction. Enjoy! oh... thanks for the comment, and watching! ruvid.net/video/видео-YKzPt18aE_0.html
me andyou
me andyou Месяц назад
Do you recycle any of the all the other parts or does it go into the garbage?
Phil Crockett
Phil Crockett Месяц назад
scrap yard with other metal. I got a little bit of cash, but not worth the gas to get there unless there's a lot of scrap to take.
Sunil Kolekar
Sunil Kolekar Месяц назад
गुड
Phil Crockett
Phil Crockett Месяц назад
यह टी कला है
Coolride17
Coolride17 Месяц назад
Don't use old wooden screw drivers to short it out, they can explode if the wood handles have moisture in them.
John Perkins
John Perkins 3 дня назад
+Phil Crockett Phil... you were doing so well.
Phil Crockett
Phil Crockett Месяц назад
Good call. Also.....just don't mess with the darn thing at all. That's what I'm talk'in about.
SokemRokemRobot
SokemRokemRobot 2 месяца назад
I'd rather save $10 or more, and pull the magnets from a microwave. The people are probably couch potatoes, that don't have enough energy to do any work, that are criticizing this exercise.
John Perkins
John Perkins 3 дня назад
+Phil Crockett You're coming back...
Lester Butt
Lester Butt 16 дней назад
it's called LAZY... and won't recycle... just throw it in the garbage...
Dennis Hagans
Dennis Hagans Месяц назад
he says at the beginning not to attempt this, electrical shock can be avoided by unplugging the microwave from the wall outlet. secondly when you have the cabinet off look for a silver can with electrical leads on the top side, just take a good metal screwdriver and touch both sets of leads two or three times on top of this silver can and that will short it out draining it of any residual charge it may have. from there you should be safe to handle anything in the microwave oven without getting bit by any electricity. I have a new microwave in the box set to replace the one that just died and I am gonna remove the magnet myself.
Phil Crockett
Phil Crockett 2 месяца назад
Good point.
Kerbal Adventures
Kerbal Adventures 2 месяца назад
There's something about magnets that has always fascinated me. The way they work seems almost like magic.
John Perkins
John Perkins 3 дня назад
Now you're talkin! There's something delightful about invisible forces, especially those that seem to defy the invisible force of gravity.
Lester Butt
Lester Butt 16 дней назад
almost like magnet
phxxr650r
phxxr650r Месяц назад
Drop one down a copper tube and see what happens
Phil Crockett
Phil Crockett 2 месяца назад
Me too! I think most people are fascinated by them. The amount of views I got on this video kind of shows that. Thanks for taking the time to comment, my friend!
TEMPAS FUJIT
TEMPAS FUJIT 2 месяца назад
Why go to all that trouble? Are very strong or something special???
Michael Meddaugh
Michael Meddaugh Месяц назад
I was wondering the same..what is so good about the magnets are the regular or super poweful?what can use then to do?
phxxr650r
phxxr650r Месяц назад
This is for people that don't have a job and a lot of time
Phil Crockett
Phil Crockett 2 месяца назад
If it seems like a lot of trouble, then it's probably not for you to do. Thanks for the comment, Tempas.
MrAlphadog2012
MrAlphadog2012 2 месяца назад
so if i take the capacitor out it will be totaly safe to gut the wires etc want to try this but not good with eletrics
John Perkins
John Perkins 3 дня назад
Whether you cut the wires or not, you can still get a fatal shock from a respectable charged capacitor, but you'd have to go out of your way. Touch it with one hand and you'll go, "Yowch!" One hand on each terminal and you may go clunk. It's very rare to to get killed by one, and improbably that there's much charge in one that's been unplugged for a week. You want a shock, get an old TV. There are no big capactitors in there, but the tube acts like one and can really give a kick.
Phil Crockett
Phil Crockett 2 месяца назад
A lot has been discussed on this topic in the comments over that last few years.
Saša Šimunović
Saša Šimunović 2 месяца назад
Either discharge the caps to be sure or don't touch anything. Those are high voltage caps and can hold nasty shock. Be aware that some magnetrons have berylium on them which is HIGHLY toxic, you don't want to break it and inhale the substance.
Phil Crockett
Phil Crockett 2 месяца назад
I've never had any issues, shocks, or other problems by doing it like the video shows. There are plugs on the ends of the wires, but those things can be knuckle-busters when they finally come loose. I just bypass that misery, by cutting the wires. I get a lot of hate comments for how savage this method is, but it's not white-glove worthy and much more efficient. If you were to seek other items, you would probably use more finesse, but I'm just going for the magnets. Hope this helps.
X-Saber Prepping
X-Saber Prepping 2 месяца назад
This guy just has Microwaves everywhere
X-Saber Prepping
X-Saber Prepping 2 месяца назад
LOL like it
Phil Crockett
Phil Crockett 2 месяца назад
I did at one point point in my life. I had a neighbor that was a maintenance supervisor over 500+ rentals. He would give me the microwaves to salvage the magnets and scrap.
KAREN BRANCH
KAREN BRANCH 2 месяца назад
you could save the transformer too!!!
Mr Bingo
Mr Bingo 21 день назад
+Phil Crockett If there is a part that you can't mess with in a microwave is the transformer!. Connect a 230v into the primary and you get about 2000v to the secondary which is more than lethal!. People are using them for spot welding by removing the 2000v secondary and replace it with few turns of high gauge wire for a high current output.
Phil Crockett
Phil Crockett 2 месяца назад
Yes! I've heard this. would love to see what people are doing with them
Gary Calcote
Gary Calcote 2 месяца назад
What do you use the magnets for?
John Perkins
John Perkins 3 дня назад
+Linda Polle No they don't. The iron in hemoglobin is essentially non-magnetic.That's a sales ploy. Sorry to be so direct, but I'm particularly averse to pseudo-science. The placebo effect might legitimately work, though, and there's nothing wrong with that.
Lester Butt
Lester Butt 16 дней назад
MRI
John Dudman
John Dudman Месяц назад
+Linda Polle In your opinion.
Linda Polle
Linda Polle Месяц назад
Magnets have beneficial effects on the body, principally because blood flow.
Phil Crockett
Phil Crockett 2 месяца назад
I hang screwdrivers, pliers, saw blades, etc on them. I hold up maps, building plans, instructions, etc...with them. I pick up nails, screws etc... with them..... the list goes on.. AND here's another cool thing I do with them: ruvid.net/video/видео-n6XXroLojio.html AND ruvid.net/video/видео-o1uubKwmz0A.html
Renee S
Renee S 2 месяца назад
disposable cameras deliver one hell of a shock too!
Blu Bell
Blu Bell 8 дней назад
Yep
Raziel Bloom
Raziel Bloom 2 месяца назад
+Phil Crockett If you disassemble one, you will find a Photo-Flash capacitor. They are pretty dangerous if you don't detatch it. The reason you don't want to detatch it is because it has a transformer in it. This amplifies the power sent to the capacitor and that's what gives such a gnarly shock. If you attach alligator clips to each of the prongs holding it together, put some graphite on the other ends (to act as an electrode since graphite is very conductive), hold down the charge button, then touch the graphite electrodes together, that's when you see the large sparks and loud POP come from it. That discharges it, which I'm sure you knew. You can make tasers out of those things, and I'll tell ya, they pack a punch!
Phil Crockett
Phil Crockett 2 месяца назад
really? I had no idea!
HEROik
HEROik 2 месяца назад
Y'all have never been magnet fishing🤔🤔😁😁
Manuel Schneider
Manuel Schneider 3 дня назад
how do you cook magnet fish, breaded and fried, or grilled?
Phil Crockett
Phil Crockett 2 месяца назад
I haven't, but I have enjoyed watching some youtube videos on it.
penn707
penn707 2 месяца назад
I save all the screws too.
Lester Butt
Lester Butt 16 дней назад
you won't lose one either . use your magnet .
Phil Crockett
Phil Crockett 2 месяца назад
Good idea!
Karl Davis
Karl Davis 2 месяца назад
I'm literally laughing at the question of why anybody would want to do this, but to each their own. My teenage son just requested we keep our used car battery instead of returning it, since (inexplicably) there was no core charge. He figures there are a lot of good uses for 35 pounds of sulfuric acid and lead. Oh yeah, I'm sure the uses will be good and worthy.
Deborah dunn
Deborah dunn Месяц назад
Karl Davis ,
upaiaq
upaiaq 2 месяца назад
35 lbs of S204,big battery!
Mark Kmiecik
Mark Kmiecik 2 месяца назад
It's worth about $12.00
Oliver Street
Oliver Street 2 месяца назад
If he wants the stuff that much, save yourself a lifetime of regrets and spend what it takes to buy the lad a box of rubber gloves 2 pair of leather palm gloves to wear over the rubber gloves, and some chimney lead. Its supplied as a rolled sheet of pure lead a foot wide around 1/8 inch think. The acid is available in many guises, but preparing it from the sulfate powder sold as "low and slow" pH reducer for swimming pools might be the most educational. The bad battery's plates have a lead sulfate crystal contaminated surface that will provoke the urge to melt the plates with a propane torch in order to to separate the lead. Some of the incidental heavy metal components of the battery's metallurgy (they increase its working life) would require really careful handling and lots of disposing of contaminated gloves and wipes and so on to avoid becoming contaminated with metals that have significant adverse health consequences and are very difficult to get out of someone once they're in. ...and drop the battery off for recycling, they make new batteries from them and put what's otherwise unwelcome contaminants to their proper use.
Brian the Red
Brian the Red 2 месяца назад
Karl, it is possible to bring a car battery back to life. Many companies make it easy for you to take it in and not recharge it yourself. 2 things to look for.. Is the battery sealed shut? if so you wont be able to replenish. If you have a mid range to low end batter recharger, there is a way to fool it so it will charge a truly "dead" battery. Otherwise, if you are not able to do this, you will need to take it to someone with a highend recharger.
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