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  1. sparkyclark2002
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    can anyone help me with this i have been told that if a induction hob isnt earthed it gives a backfeed current and give a shock of 240v and also if the earth isnt connected would there be a significant voltage between the hob and earth.
     
  2. Doomed
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    why would you not earth it?
     
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  3. GT1
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    Just earth it then ?
     
  4. sparkyclark2002
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    I have earthed it
    Another electrican said this to me just wasn't sure what he was saying was true or not
     
  5. Knobhead
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    Disconnect the earth and find out.
    Let us know how you go on.
     
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  7. cook1e
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    cook1e Regular EF Member

    has this got everything to do with your previous thread, where your customer got a shock from the hob ?


    martin
     
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