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Neutral is a circuit conductor that may carry current in normal operation, and which is usually connected to earth.
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Neutral may carry current in a conductor during normal operation? This confuses me. I thought that your neutral always carried current, that without it, you wouldn't have a complete circuit. What does this mean?

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