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Methods of Equipment Grounding, Part 3

Find the answer in Sections 250.146 and 250.146(A), (B), (C), and (D) of the NEC.

So how do you “ground” (bond) a receptacle? You’ll find the answer in these Sections of the NEC: 250.146 and 250.146(A), (B), (C), and (D). One way you can’t do it is to drive a ground rod and run a wire over to the receptacle. And that’s because you’re not actually “grounding” (see Art. 100 definition of “ground”) the receptacle.

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