I went out to troubleshoot some tennis court lighting at a LARGE house & was curious why I was getting 240V between ground & neutral! I'll let the pics explain themselves.. Gotta love the mounting job on the sealtite!
CRM.... I opened a jbox down the line from here & noticed my hotstick lit up on the white & green wires... metered them & got 240V... Someone didnt seem to understand what colors to use for hots when this was installed!
Good one Bigjohn,code book burst into flames!lol Yea,that job looks like home owner Bob and shade tree neighbor job, I`ll bet his wife was impressed though.My hubby can do anything,Dont you just love it.
The line EGC is the smaller green conductor landed on the neutral bar . The line grounded conductor(unidentified)is the one spliced with the blue wire nut . The load grounded conductors are also black . Green and white ungrounded load conductors . At least the panel is a Square D (Homeline?).
Re: Strange Readings ....#108153 05/25/0405:40 AM05/25/0405:40 AM
Randy, Where were the conductors landed on the load side? It seems like anyone with the smarts to use the oversize conductors should have had the smarts to know about the grounding/grounded conductor stuff. Homeline is the "Premier" brand available at our Home Depots, BTW.
Bob, Most of the 3/4" LTFMC we use is listed as an equipment grounding conductor up to 60 Amps, 1/2" to 20 Amps.