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I've opened this Mac various times in the past, last time I opened it was to replace the internal stick of RAM that seemed to be causing frequent kernal panics (and after replacing it, it hasnt panicked at all). This was about 3 weeks ago. It's been around that long since I've noticed the shocks.
In addition to what member "lifeisabeach" stated, open up the iMac again and make sure everything is correctly in place - such as shields, screws, and grounding wires. It sounds like your iMac now is ungrounded instead of being properly grounded to the AC power supply.
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