On 4/27/2016 10:16 AM, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
From here, it sounds like two things happening
at the same time. First, some appliance or
device has an electrical problem, and is
leaking power to ground (and someone grounded
it to the water pipe). Second, the water pipe
isn't properly grounded to the earth.
This will take a lot of troubleshooting to find
the faulty appliance. And also to properly
connect the grounds.
Might be time to call an electrician who has some
experience with this kind of thing. Good luck,
it sounds like a real challenge to find and fix.
Christopher A. Young
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Wouldn't unplugging the appliance tell you which one it was?
Unplug half of the appliances, check for shock. Proceed from there by
either plugging in half of those, and checking or unplugging the other
half of the appliances?
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