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    Take it and plug it into a outlet inside your home to see if it shocks you. Will save a lot of aggravation and you will know if it is the pot or your shops wiring.
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    GFCI Receptacle Tester Klein Tools RT210 GFCI Receptacle Tester Klein Tools RT210 - - Amazon.com



    Well worth $10 to test outlets quickly.


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    Quote Originally Posted by STUMP HUNTER View Post
    Take it and plug it into a outlet inside your home to see if it shocks you. Will save a lot of aggravation and you will know if it is the pot or your shops wiring.
    I did that and the lot did not shock me. I talked to an electrician friend of mine, and he suggested that I put an earth ground directly to the building and not rely on the ground from the house.

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    Since your house outlet appears to be safe from your testing

    Question on your main panel:
    Is it a 200 amp equipped with a separate ground bar attached to two ground rods sunk outside the house ?

    also are you running your sub panel off a 50amp or more breaker with at least a 12 - 2 burial wire

    Trying not to confuse you, just being safe
    on your wiring to the sub panel I take it you ran the:
    blk wire to the breaker the white to the neutral bar and the copper bare wire to the ground bar?

    Your Election is right about sinking a separate ground rod for your sub box
    for you might be getting a little feed back on the neutral side
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    Quote Originally Posted by billygee View Post
    Since your house outlet appears to be safe from your testing

    Question on your main panel:
    Is it a 200 amp equipped with a separate ground bar attached to two ground rods sunk outside the house ?

    also are you running your sub panel off a 50amp or more breaker with at least a 12 - 2 burial wire

    Trying not to confuse you, just being safe
    on your wiring to the sub panel I take it you ran the:
    blk wire to the breaker the white to the neutral bar and the copper bare wire to the ground bar?

    Your Election is right about sinking a separate ground rod for your sub box
    for you might be getting a little feed back on the neutral side
    I did run 10-2 to the shop. I am going to put a separate earth ground for the shop, but we found out that the coil in the pot is bad and is causing the grounding issue. New pot ordered. I'm the mean time I cleaned the pot I use for tin jigs and am using it. No problems.

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    Here is a whole lot cheaper alternative to new pot.
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    I have been through that many times and it's always the element you can buy replacement parts here

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