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Getting electric shocks from my Huntsman Elite. Help?

Discussion in 'Keyboards' started by Dreadmeister, Sep 5, 2020.

  1. Dreadmeister

    Dreadmeister New Member

    So I've been getting electric shocks along the edges of my Huntsman Elite (both on the edges of the wrist rest and the keyboard itself). I have seen a lot of posts with the same problem as I have. Is there a solution to this? I like the keyboard and it's build quality and all but I was not expecting to get electrocuted every time I use my keyboard and this isn't something I was expecting from a product that isn't fairly cheap.
     
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  2. If you are indeed getting and experiencing this 2lecrric shocks then i would immediately of course if i were in your shoes i would unplug the HUNTSMAN and proceed to lol connecting, informing, and acknowledging to the correct and knowledgeable *person in charge in charge the leader if the chain if command, you will get it under control at least i by hi
     
  3. Tysean

    Tysean Member

    Connect your keyboard to a battery operated Laptop computer and see if it still shocks you.

    If not, then it is probably because your computer's power cord is connected to an ungrounded outlet.
     
  4. Sye_The-Vie

    Sye_The-Vie Active Member

    Goliathus extended (control or speed) can absorb the shocks; For more dramatic measures, get an anti-static wrist band
     
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