Re: 3 phase grounding in reply to WyoDave, 01-07-2014 16:03:32
that would be true only if the green screw were going thru the block and pushing against a bare spot on the box. Surely that is not the case. There would have to be a physical connection, such as a wire run from the grounding lug to the green screw to achieve bonding. And the way I have always understood the posts of this nature, this should be done at the first box on your side of the meter, as in this case
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