The DeFacto Transformer vs. the Lock

This was the back of the lock cylinder on tower # 2. The R.F. Current flowed through the bolt threaded into it, and made the bolt melt. The remnants of it were nowhere to be found.

The Hasp that used to be on the back of the cylinder. Made of steel, it overheated and burned the cabinet door. The square hole on the left side was where the bolt secured it to the rear of the cylinder...

This is the cabinet edge, where the hasp fit into a slot and was supposed to keep the door closed. The burning, discoloration of the paint and foam edging, and the scorching of the foam all show the intensity of the heat.

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