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Old 09-23-2011, 12:57 PM   #16
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Grounding at the cabin

Originally Posted by gregzoll View Post
Derek, why not for the OP, run the drop from the meter to a meter pan, with a blank. Wouldn't that be easier if the drop ever had to be replaced from the remote meter pedestal to the house, instead of pulling directly to the load center in the house?
Works for me, but I get meter bases for free. Disconnect would be another option.

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