Ive had my system for 7 years, but its been installed for 10. Anyway, I just realized that the system is NOT grounded. The cable comes from my outbuilding where the dish is and then into the house and structured wiring panel for distribution. It is NOT on a grounding block or hooked up to ground. The service entrance for the electric is over 100' away on teh opposite side of the house. The only ground nearby that is available is the telco and its a ground rod in the ground/foundation.
I DO have my incoming coax on a 'ground block', but thats purely for easy disconnect and external cable replacement. How can I properly ground this system?
If I tied it to the phone line ground rod, then that would create a ground loop I THINK. So, what do i do?
Edited by jed1154, 07 November 2013 - 03:27 PM.