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Posted by JT on March 21st, 1999 03:21 AM
In reply to Grounding an appliance by Chris in Indiana on March 20th, 1999 08:22 PM [Go to top of thread]

Chris, as long as your electrial system is grounded,
I don't see why you would need an additional ground
rod. Code would require an additional rod to be connected
into your exiting gounding electrode system anyway.
The manuf. may just be assuming the worst case i.e.
an ungrounded system. You might want to check with
the manuf's customer service dept. just to be sure.

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