- Replaced Light (LED/CFL) dimmer with simple single-pole / this is to a different circuit, fed by same power.
- ** Measured from white-to-gnd (58VAC) and black-to-gnd (55VAC) on dim-glowing LED (this is new info, old multi-meter broken, got new one!)
- Reversed black/white dim glowing LED
- Measured about 3 VAC across dim-glowing "OFF" LED (white to black)
- Removed switch to dim-glowing LED completely, left open
- removed black incoming wire from switch#2 from light#5
The glowing is definitely the result of a voltage, not any kind of chemical/residual
Please see diagram.
I am stumped! Thank you for any help!
*** so it looks like the 4 lights in parallel on top are causing the problem. With Sw#2 OFF, there's a decent amount of voltage to ground at the dim-lit LED, (white 58v and black 55v), enough to dimly light the LED. So now I am thinking the guy incorrectly wired the 4 parallel lights. there's NO incoming ground (old house)... ok to not tie grounds together?