Re: Grounding all my two prong electrical receptacles
There is no NEC requirement that "Each receptacle must have a ground wire leading to the main breaker" If there were then daisy chained recepticles would be illegal.
Originally Posted by dj1
To the OP, yes, you can run the ground wires to a common location and tie then together to a wire going to the main panel. You may not find a ground electrode outside the house, yours may be embedded in the foundation or slab. The bonding of the receptacles (the ground wire) is a safety system that is suppose to trip a breaker if the hot becomes shorted to ground, it provides little if any personal safety, for personal safety GFCI and AFCI are now code required in new construction or rewiring. The wire from the panel to a ground electrode is for lightening protection.
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