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Can you get electrocuted by solar panels?

When the area is wet, do not work in the vicinity of solar panels. Don't try to turn off your solar system if it's wet. This could cause a fatal electric shock. Is that correct? DC voltages are still produced by solar systems.Do not work near solar panels when it rains or when the area is wet. Do not try to turn off your solar system if the components of the system are wet. This could lead to a fatal electric shock. Solar systems always produce a continuous current voltage while they are up to date.

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