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    Does this ground have to be isolated on a separate lug or does this look acceptable? This is at the distribution panel.

    Thanks,

    Ryan

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    Default Re: Distribution Panel

    Are you asking about the AL conductor?


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    Default Re: Distribution Panel

    No the aluminum ground. it is in the middle of the copper grounds. behind the neutral.


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    Default Re: Distribution Panel

    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Port View Post
    Are you asking about the AL conductor?
    Quote Originally Posted by Ryan Stouffer View Post
    No the aluminum ground. it is in the middle of the copper grounds. behind the neutral.
    I think you are both referring to the same conductor???

    If so, that would be okay as I am sure that terminal bar is rated for either copper and aluminum (I did not say rated for "both" as that might indicate to some that "both" could be in the same terminal).

    If all the white painted conductors are grounds and not white neutrals, they would all be allowed in that terminal bar.

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