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    Hello Wolfdog I agree with some of your...

    Hello Wolfdog

    I agree with some of your statements OHM's Law will dictate the available voltage on systems which have lost their grounded conductor based on available volt-ampere per leg. Most...
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    How you doing Wolfman, no I think I will stand by...

    How you doing Wolfman, no I think I will stand by my statement. A grounded conductor is a neutral conductor that is bonded or intentionally connected at the main grounding point of the service...
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    Why does the Main CB trip (minimum 100A, probably...

    Why does the Main CB trip (minimum 100A, probably 200) but not the 50 for the A/H?? Was the Question.

    I was trying to answer why the 50 amp over current protective device didn't trip or fault but...
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    The reason the 200 trips is probably do to the...

    The reason the 200 trips is probably do to the location down stream from the fault site. The further away from the fault the main is, the greater the fault will register on the CB. I intentionally...
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