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I had an electrician out to install a 100amp sub-panel. My main breaker had no slots left. The new one will be just for the home theater I'm building. I posted this photo on a home theater forum that I go to. They noticed that the electrician I hired did not run a ground from the main panel. They also stated that he used the wrong type of connectors on the conduit. I questioned him on running the ground and he stated that the conduit acts as a ground in this situation. I thought that a ground wire needed to be run when installing a subpanel. If it does, does the ground need to be housed in conduit? What do you all think?