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I don't know much about electricity, that's why I'm here.

i have a battery that has a positive and negative wires, but has a ground wire. Right now, all three wires are connected to a chip.

The connecting piece has it's own wires. Connecting the positive and negative does successfully complete the circuit.

It's rudimentary, so if it's possible to do something else with the ground wire to get it out of the way, it would make it easier for me to permanently set up.

So, if I have a ground wire from the battery, can I safely just remove the ground wire?

Or, can I connect the ground wire to either the positive or negative?

Or, do I need to keep the ground wire attached to something, like the chip it's currently connected to?
 

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