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Hello there, This is a little bug-zapper that works with a computer FAN and a CCFL inverter. The insects will get sucked-in and then get zapped by a ...
• a sheet of cardboard (or PVC pipe, better) • cutter knife • hot glue • computer FAN • CCFL inverter (paper scanner or screen back-light) • a ...
The piece of cardboard should be long enough to make circle out of it that fits the computer FAN. Cut the piece to the length of the CCFL ...
Follow the steps in the pictures. Also add a bridge connection over the blue capacitor on the CCFL inverter circuit board. You can do this by soldering a ...
Follow the steps in the pictures.
Add the second cardboard piece around the top. This doesn't need to be secured, because it's easy to clean the wires if you can take this off.
It looks like it's going to kill very soon ^^ (I mean the bugs) Warning: If you placed the wires too close to each other, arcs might be ...
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