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Okay, I'm a stubborn *******; I live on a fourth floor apartment, face the wrong direction, but have received permission to install my dishes on the roof just above me (without drilling holes. hm.) The drilling hole problem I think I can get around with a pole and some concrete, or just some heavy concrete blocks, but I'm clueless as to how to ground the system; specifically, I have a grounding block, but I'm not sure what to attach it to for proper grounding. Obviously I can't put a copper rod into the ground, being on the fourth floor and all, and don't know what or where my building's main grounding unit would be.


At any rate I'll ask my landlord about it, and since there aren't too many thunderstorms in Oakland I'll just imagine myself an aura of anti-static electricity for the moment. Anybody grapple with something similiar? Can I just attach the grounding wire to my metal railing, or is this completely missing the concept?
 
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