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Old 02-16-2015, 09:04 AM   #21
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Do not disconnect the ground wire going to the plumbing water line. It could be carrying high voltage.
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Old 02-16-2015, 10:44 AM   #22
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Do not disconnect the ground wire going to the plumbing water line. It could be carrying high voltage.
Rather than ever disconnecting it which would give the house real poltergiest activities including magic smoke from disappearing appliances put an amprobe on it to see if any current is flowing on it.
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HV as in serving Xformer problems 3D....?

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Had a similar problem. Power company replaced transformer, it did it again, had them come back out, it was a bad connection on their end.
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Do not disconnect the ground wire going to the plumbing water line. It could be carrying high voltage.
Rather than ever disconnecting it which would give the house real poltergiest activities including magic smoke from disappearing appliances put an amprobe on it to see if any current is flowing on it.
Exactly what I did. I have 3.5 amps on the ground. Obviously a bad neutral. On hold with PECO right now.
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Someone fouled up. Why not check the line side when you have the Beast plugged in?
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