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Old 08-26-2012, 07:10 PM   #1
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Panel Grounding requirements


I am rewiring my house and changing the panel 100Amp panel. can I clamp the water pipe grounding wire to the grounding rod wire before it goes into the panel or do these both have to have their own screw in the panel.

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Panel Grounding requirements


They both have to be continuous from the panel to the first rod/within 5' of entrance of water.

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