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Old 11/11/09, 6:31 PM
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Default Re: GFCI on 2 wire systems

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Originally Posted by rbrady View Post
I think most everyone understands that the neutral wire is the 'grounded conductor', and as such is grounded, even in a 2-wire system. It's kind of a given, that when we discuss un-grounded systems, we are refering to the lack of a 'grounding conductor'.
There is a difference between a device that is ungrounded and an ungrounded system. It is true that the term "ungrounded" is often misused but using correct terminology helps those who are trying to learn about electrical systems.



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