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Why do i have voltage on my ground wire?

There are many factors that can cause neutral-to-earth voltage. Is this true? A loose or corroded ground rod connection is one of the factors that may cause N-E voltages. An electrical box or conduit is a tube or duct for enclosing electric wires or cable.

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