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But the lead of the ground to the power box is 3 inches. So again for safety it has to be grounded to protect against lightning strikes that would otherwise burn down your house. I’m sure if an inspector got a bug up his or her butt on this one it could be fought in court and most likely the NOUO would have been dropped. And if the FCC agent would impose upon you that you don’t ground your systen and thus risk the lives of your family and other residence of that apartment complex not only can you sue that inspector when (Not If) lightning strikes your installation and causes property damage or loss of life (or both). At that situation I’d go for the maximum penalty of involuntary man slaughter of anyone was killed in that fire or electrocuted due to over zealousness of the inspector’s behalf. If if it was in a state that imposes the death penalty I’d go for it. Murder is murder and being over zealous because of some lobby group jealous of a puny part 15 station is no excuse. Case closed.