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  1. Gizmob

    Gen2 case gives shock

    I ordered the officil PSU so I hope that fixes everything. Good news is no more shocks. Bad news is now I get constant undervoltage warnings that I never got before. I even started from scratch by formatting my SD card and doing a clean install. I am hoping its all due to a bad PSU. Do you know if the shock could have caused damage to the pi3.
  2. Gizmob

    Gen2 case gives shock

    Thank you for all your help. Do you know if that's a decent power suppy if not any recommendations
  3. Gizmob

    Gen2 case gives shock

    Figured it out. Before I bought this case I did alot of research. I found its good for overclocking. I apologize I did not even think that would cause that but it did. I lowered the over voltage and it solved the problem. Thank you for all your help.
  4. Gizmob

    Gen2 case gives shock

    Power suppy is the one that comes in the canna kit and plugged into a powerstrip
  5. Gizmob

    Gen2 case gives shock

    Sanded the HDMI still shuts off but there is no shock atleast that I can feal
  6. Gizmob

    Gen2 case gives shock

    It does not look like the usb are touching
  7. Gizmob

    Gen2 case gives shock

    Still shocks but did not shut the pie off but nothing worked and had to reboot
  8. Gizmob

    Gen2 case gives shock

    Plugging it back in now lets see if sanding did the trick
  9. Gizmob

    Gen2 case gives shock

    If I take the pi out will I need I new thermal pad?
  10. Gizmob

    Gen2 case gives shock

    Just got my gen2 case and its great. When I went to move it when the pi3 was on and I got a small electrical shock. The shock shut the pi off. What would cause this?
  11. Gizmob

    Gen2 case gives shock

    Just got my gen2 case and its great. When I went to move it when the pi3 was on and I got a small electrical shock. The shock shut the pi off. What would cause this?
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