|Sorry for the confusion. Was concerned about findings, but had to leave for a meeting. |
That's what I found out. Turned off all circuits as mentioned in above posts. Turning on one circuit to test between "hot wire" and LP line (gas) showed 120 VAC. So, went and tested brother's house that was build in late 50's. Then mother's house that was build in '85. Both tested 120 VAC from "hot wire" to LP line. Both these houses have copper water lines and copper LP from tank to house. Testing from both neutral and ground in all cases showed 0 VAC.
Our house is 10 years old, so water lines are PEX inside. LP line is PEX or equivalent underground to flexible stainless in the house.
Edited by tyrider 1/27/2023 18:17