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  • #31
    Re: What Is The Answer?

    I would have to go with none of the above. Electricity takes the path of least resistance. If we cut the neutral, we've lost the 120 volt circuit. Now the two 100 watt bulbs are placed in series which causes the resistance to add up or double. Send 240 volts through these two bulbs and nothing changes. Both bulbs glow as if they had 120 passing through each one. The voltage has doubled, but so has the resistance. JONESY

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    • #32
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      I saw two legs or phases if the leg was 110V then as soon as u cut the grounded conductor it would be a 220V system, or should I say that it would not matter u would still have a 220v system with or without the grounded conductor. soon as the 220V hit the 200 watt bulb in series it would be bright then out. But if the voltage on leg "A" was 24V it would be very dim and stay that way.. I believe

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