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Re: Short in my tank heater

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01-01-2013 17:11:30

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Animals on hooves can feel a fraction of a volt. I had one heck of a time finding a stray voltage trickle in a new hog water one time. I had it well grounded and the hogs still wouldn't touch it. Finally found out it was coming in through the neutral from the pole across the yard. I never could feel it but the hogs would flinch back when they touched it. Jim

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01-02-2013 08:57:21

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 Re: Short in my tank heater in reply to fixerupper, 01-01-2013 17:11:30  
Another example for the unbelievers who thing the ground and neutral are the same . Overhead triplex supply lines are a hangover from the bad old days and cause many problems. Make certain the ground and neutral are isolated anywhere past the 1st power panel or the central metering pole. At least two 10ft ground rods at every building or sub service . The ground system if allowed to carry neutral current will raise anything "grounded" above true earth potential.

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01-02-2013 09:18:00

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 Re: Short in my tank heater in reply to buickanddeere, 01-02-2013 08:57:21  
Think, not thing. Little bitty keypad and and automatic spell check that I should watch closer.

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