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Old 08-29-18, 09:07 AM   #17
BillG
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Originally Posted by pinballlooking View Post
It was a “imbalanced” I called support and they looked it at their side and told me it was a “imbalanced” it was just one leg that was varying not the other leg. The other leg was solid.
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I dug up the cable not to far from my barn and the one hot leg was nicked from a trencher.
Actually, the correct term for this is "ground fault." I agree with Ben that it is not possible to have an imbalance between the two legs of the same circuit. A mechanical analogy would be measuring the supply and return flow from a pump. They had better be the same, unless you have a leak ("ground fault") between the pump and the measuring point.
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