Ensure that there is no short circuit. How to change this kind of sentences to passive form?
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The sentence is an imperative sentence as commented above. You use the verb "let" when you change an imperative to a passive voice (form).
Learn this poem by heart. = Let this poem be learned by heart (by you).
Do it at once. = Let it be done at once (by you).
The same rule applies to your sentence.
Ensure that there is no short circuit. = Let it be ensured that there is no short circuit (by you).
You have to use "dummy it" or a "placeholder" as the object ((that there is no short circuit)) of the imperative is too long .
[Linguistics] An element of a sentence that is required by syntactic constraints but carries little or no semantic information.
[Oxford Online Dictionary]