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[* black] Repeat the above process for the other side of the resistor.
[* black] To complete the discharge tool, strip the ends of the wires.
[* icon_note] To discharge from small points, it may be helpful to cut the exposed ends of wire into a point shape and solder them to maintain the shape. Alternatively, the probes commonly used on multimeters can be soldered to the wires to create a more precise discharge tool.
[* icon_note]
For large electrolytic capacitors used in power supplies, electric motor start circuitscircuits, and camera flash unitsunits, you may want to solder 1one end to a large alligator clip and the other to a well insulated screw driverscrewdriver.
[* icon_note] To discharge from small points, it may be helpful to cut the exposed ends of wire into a point shape and solder them to maintain the shape. Alternatively, the probes commonly used on multimeters can be soldered to the wires to create a more precise discharge tool.
[* icon_note]
For large electrolytic capacitors used in power supplies, electric motor start circuitscircuits, and camera flash unitsunits, you may want to solder 1one end to a large alligator clip and the other to a well insulated screw driverscrewdriver.