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    I bought one of those non-contact voltage testers. It is made in China, of course.
    It works well and made me laugh reading the instruction:

    - Voltage test Display: if the tested voltage doesn't reach 70% of higher voltage, it will display lower voltage
    - Can be used to clip glasses, business cards, tickets, etc
    - Breakpoint test: Keep the tip of tester 1-5 cm from the tested electric line, if an induction marking is found on the LCD, the tested line is firewire.
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    I watched the test of the Chinese Electrical Turbo that will increase your "House Power"........ it did not, it lost 38 "House Power" .
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    P J... It seem that some things are difficult to translate, Ha Ha.
    I used 'firewire' to transfer D8 video from Sony camera to computer, but I don't think that is the meaning in your post.

    We can go back in time to when things came from Japan. In the mid '70s I worked at a Domestic and Import Dealer,
    and installed A/C in a few Datsun 510s. They were a tight fit in several places. I remember the instructions for installing
    a flexible round vent hose inside the dash, " on floor place big foot smartly " . Good thing, I have big feet !

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