>Agreed. I've accumulated four or five 'high voltage'
>repair projects on my workbench over the past couple
>of years ranging from a Macintosh SE drive replacement
>(I understand one has to discharge the CRT prior to
>digging out the drive) to a VT100 with CRT problems.
>I'll add the PET to the list. I need to set myself up
>with one of those probes for discharging CRTs and
>other things where an HT charge builds up before I
>take those projects any further.
I tried the "use your finger" method, it's not a very comfortable way to
discharge the voltage.