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What did you end up doing?. In your circumstance I would have made a very small retaining wall with pressure treated lumber a few feet behind each footing (should be a few hour project) then fill raised space in between footing and wall with solid gravel, then maybe put weed fabric on top. Could use extra gravel to put in other places near footings and cover ...


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The proper way is indeed to pigtail ground wires from that bundle to each switch. They should be wired in such a way that detaching ground from one switch (to replace it, for example) doesn't impact the grounding of the other switch or anything down the line. If this makes your bundle of grounds large, you may need to upgrade to a larger wire nut. The wire ...


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No, that's illegal and has always been illegal. You are confusing neutral and ground, which is understandable since they go to the same place in the main panel. However they are actually different and separate; they are tied together in the main panel and that is the only reason they're allowed on the same bus. Don't let that confuse you. The water heater ...


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