the last resort said:
in the power supply, voltages only go to 120V DC.
Granted those capacitors in the PS can discharge in a millisecond, there is enough power in there to kill AT LEAST 3 people.
I can provide the math if need be.
Well, yes they're only rated to charge to capacity at 120v, when they shock discharge to a ground, or person, that changes. Most CRT tubes only charge at 110v. Gotta remember that that tube is basically a giant capacitor though. Same thing for the large caps in psu's though.