This confuses me massively, and I'm unable to ask him through a comment:
if the TV is unplugged, there's no power. A capacitor isn't going to hurt you through a stream of water, and that's only for old CRT TV's. The fire department will just put water on it, and what's the alternative? Burn your house down?
What exactly does he mean by "and that's only for old CRT TV's"? It's mentioned so weirdly, as if he's saying that modern TVs are more dangerous and this doesn't apply to them or something? But that can't be it... can it?
I swear, people need to be taught how to explain themselves in a clear and unambiguous manner, because I keep getting "stuck" in my reading when people are just confusing like this. It's not because I don't understand English or its grammar.
Can somebody please decipher that bold part?