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Re: Any help / suggestions please?
« Reply #20 on: October 10, 2016, 12:51:21 PM »
... yellow 16th... now consultant on the dark side... mechanical ... I could tell you some funny house bashing tales... of moving meter boxes as foreigners using an electric drill on a bit of bell wire wrapped round the tails.. when there was a knock at the door.... "come to read the meter mate." .... "oh F!".... "hmmm... ill come back later mate should I?" .... "yeah nice on mate..."...

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Re: Any help / suggestions please?
« Reply #21 on: October 10, 2016, 02:06:55 PM »

PS if your machine is in a garage/workshop consider putting in a good copper earth rod at least 6 foot long for the main PE that will calm it down that's what I have done even that we have a PME system

:) :) It's a fascinating subject for sure.

I am in a garage and was advised not to run an earth rod when i fitted the plasma table. We are PME and was advised it would not be good as the earth was exported from the house supply then it got technical :)

It all seems to work ok so i have not questioned it ;)

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Re: Any help / suggestions please?
« Reply #22 on: October 10, 2016, 03:17:35 PM »
As my play pen is remote from the house there was a chance that the Earth at the end would float up in respect to the actual earth it's self so I bunged in a rod now I am confident that I have a true Earth in the play pen as well as the Earth rod fo the house.

Dave not done much house bashing I was more to heavy power and high voltage , as I was a SAP and did live line working and underground live jointing it's a different world , we were the supply authority for a village owned by the firm I served my time at I have seen most of the meter work but best not tell how here  :)

Earth testing is a major field in its self not a simple matter well that's what my paper was about the other was lightning

I have polluted this thread to much so I will now go quiet

Re: Any help / suggestions please?
« Reply #23 on: March 12, 2018, 11:26:03 AM »
Thanks for the advice. I have used a dedicated 5v power supply BUT I have returned all earths to a din rail switching mode. Why is putting all grounds together an issue? Pardon my ignorance.
I have no ground loops that I can detect and I have tested everywhere I can think of.

I can't detect either