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I don't see why it would need a separate or additional grounding conductor. That assumes this 'circuitry' is within the main structure.

Whatever it is, exposed energized surfaces makes it looks homegrown...and a hazard.

This is why we have enclosures.

Marc

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I was making a joke. There's so much wrong here and such grotesque electrocution and shock hazards, I was going tongue in cheek.

This mess is typical of rural China. No ground electrode, there's not even ground wires in circuits, open knife switches, no gfci, outlets in showers, and everything is conductive because construction here is solid concrete. Everything.

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Some of them feel like suicide showers. I pay very close attention to what I'm touching. I'm always working to avoid any action that might provide a current path.

This is standard issue in rural China. My bro in law grew up without electricity.....that's in the 70's and 80's. Not long ago.

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