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Why does a neutral wire shock you?

The neutral may not always be at zero potential when the load is connected to the plug point. You can get a shock when there is a high potential between earth and neutral. Is this true? You will get a shock if this becomes over 50V and you touch neutral. It's common that the wiring is done wrong.

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