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Old 06-27-2008, 09:18 AM   #46
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Bizarre Electrical Problems - Grounding?

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0.235V DC is nothing. I can get that kind reading putting the probes on either side of my tongue.

PVC or ABS drain lines will NOT conduct electricity.

Using a digital VOM to troubleshoot this problem will leave you chasing your tail.

Where is the location of this shower in respect to the service entrance?

Is your service underground?

Have you contacted your power company about the problem?

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