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According to the National Electrical Code, you can replace the fixture without a ground as long as the outlet is GFCI protected. National Electrical Code 2014 Chapter 4 Equipment for General Use Article 410 Luminaires, Lampholders, and Lamps V. Grounding 410.44 Methods of Grounding Luminaires and equipment shall be mechanically ...


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If you can get enough access to install a BX connector on that armored cable, and if you can establish that the armor is actually a good protective ground (some armored cable only "floats" electrically), then you may be able to use a "remod box" to connect to the BX and claim your ground from the box. If none of those is true, then you really should do ...



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