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I have a bank of 3 switches. 2 of the switches test out at

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I have a bank of 3 switches. 2 of the switches test out at 125v, but one tests out at 105v. Can you give me a mreason for this?
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Electrical
Expert:  ProGrade replied 1 year ago.

Hi Bruce, welcome to justanswer.com

Please check voltage between hot & neutral (white) then between hit & ground (green or bare) & let me know what you find. Thank you

Customer: replied 1 year ago.
Between hot and neutral is 106v, between hot and ground is 123V.
Expert:  ProGrade replied 1 year ago.

Thank you, this is an indication of a loose connection on the neutral.. the bad connection could be in that switch box in any box between there and the panel or in the panel. I would start in that box reach with the neutral connection and put a good wire nut on it then keep working back from there until you get good voltage.

Unfortunately it's just a time-consuming process search for the bad connection until you find it.

I am here to work with you until it is resolved so let me know when you have questions thank you

Expert:  ProGrade replied 1 year ago.

If your outlets are wired using the back-wire, push-in connections instead of the screw terminals, one of these connections is likely to be the culprit.

Expert:  ProGrade replied 1 year ago.

Hi Bruce, just checking in to see if you found the problem or if you need additional assistance.

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