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Help me with this circuitby forte74
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Apr1014, 05:08 PM

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if i just measure the resistance btw L and N , the resistance should be zero right, then how can it be 0.3 ohms ?



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Apr1014, 05:12 PM

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Is this for schoolwork? If so, I will move your posts to the Homework Help forums. 


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Apr1014, 05:19 PM

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im using the software for Troubleshooting Electrical circuits by BNN. studying this to get prepared as electrician. for if you look at the last 2 pictures, you can see that you can still get 0.3 ohms if the black wire is unplugged



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Apr1114, 01:08 AM

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Help me with this circuit
I guess by zero resistance you mean infinite resistance. And does the circuit work as it should (all switches on  bulb shines, at least one off  bulb off). I hope, you measure it when you have the circuit disconnected from power source. And by the way, you measure on real circuit or are we still talking about that SW?



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