Post originale di: Josh Calvetti ,
I've actually opened one of these adapters before- it's pretty difficult. You'll need a hammer and screwdriver/chisel to get the thing started. Just tap around the edges, and eventually the thing will crack. Be advised that you can in fact zap yourself (I did it multiple times), but there isn't really enough juice in there to hurt you, unless you leave the adapter plugged into a source of power. It's really pretty difficult to fix any of the internals- everything is so tightly wedged together that you'll have a hard time getting things replaced. At any rate, if you're going to do any work on it, you should make sure you're good with electronic circuitry.