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Broken part in 12V

Huh, interesting case.

12V isn't going to shock you on the surface of your skin. You'd have to stab something into your skin with both the positive and negative to get any interaction. But then you've stabbed something into you, and that probably hurts more to be honest.

There's an "e-fuse" that, if tripped, will reset anyway eventually. If you do short it, it will cut power and should return to normal operation some time later (minutes, maybe up to an hour).

Just try to dig it out while keeping to the sides of the socket (with whatever you're using, needle nose pliers etc.). Avoid shorting the center (at the end) to the walls of the socket if possible, but you probably won't damage anything if you do.

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