connecting multiple grounds in junction box


Old 09-26-14, 06:16 PM
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connecting multiple grounds in junction box

I need to connect 3 separate grounds in a junction box.
The box has 4 screws at the back.
Can I just connect reach ground to a separate screw or should all grounds be directly connected to each other?
As it's a metal junction box I presume it doesn't matter as any screw will ground to the other.
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Old 09-26-14, 06:18 PM
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You should connect one wire to an installed green ground screw in the back of the box and then twist all the grounds together and cover with a marette.
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