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A meter uses the neutral that goes after my meter... Asia my home...

The question is... Neighbors use bone as the neutral my house after my meter! They are saving and I are stealing. The funny thing is that the neutral does not fit the meter of them... They go directly to your home but the sensor always measures them but as more you to the mine!

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If, in fact: you are STEALING. You surely have meters older: The puentearles the neutral (or obtain it from another side, as in your case, without passing through the meter), the meter runs slower, because it measures current, and take as no tension: In the modern, directly indicate "failure", in the most ancient, it moves slowly. But that current of the neutral that does not pass through the meter of them... passes by yours, and your billing insurance increases. Talk with them to normalize, or make the complaint to the company, because it is not right that they steal your pay.

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YOUR meter should be completely, independent of the neighbor, if there is any cord connected meter asu, and takes energiaal to the meter of the neighbor, logically generates. Costs to you on your Bill, talk to your neighbor for the independence the service completely.

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In the counters or meters what is measured is the voltage between the 2 wires and current in phase, so the neutral is not measured. If a neighbor uses your neutral connected loads, the counter should not register consumption, not to be that phase and neutral are inverted the counter. But in the installation of counters should be independent of others. Each counter must take a phase and neutral of a bus master, this line must enter and leave the counter without mixing or to interconnect with lines to other homes or premises. A electrician should clean up the wiring. Cut all cables connected to your meter that is not yours.

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