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Old 22-Jan-2014, 1:24 AM   #5
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Agreeing with ADTech, I don't see the NEC requiring you to ground an indoor antenna system. But if you have access to a ground connection that can serve the attic splitter, it makes sense to use it. If you have no access, it's hard for me to tell you to go to extremes to find a way.

Some folks may be very comfortable connecting to an existing ground lead in a nearby lighting circuit. If you aren't sure how to do that safely, I'd rather you do nothing.
If the well is dry and you don't see rain on the horizon, you'll need to dig the hole deeper. (If the antenna can't get the job done, an amp won't fix it.)

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