On Sat, 15 Jan 2005 16:08:55 -0800, Jim Lux wrote:
>the neutral and electrical safety
>ground are supposed to be bonded at only one point,
YES. (All caps for emphasis)
>and that's the service entrance.
In a home, YES. In a building where there may be a transformer to establish a
new system, the NEW neutral must be bonded to ground close to that
transformer.AND all grounds must be bonded together.
>You might be able to rebond the neutral at a subpanel, but I'm not sure.
NO, NO, NO, NO! :) You were right the first time -- once, and only once, per
>Perhaps a better approach is to bond your buss to the building grounding
Jim Brown K9YC
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