Interesting electrical system in today’s inspection. The Service drop had one leg attached but had the neutral leg going to the grounding electrode. The other leg was not attached to anything, so I guess that the whole system is restricted to 120 volts and is not properly grounded. The panel was an old fuse box complete with direct taps to a locked sub-panel. Two 30 amp fuses in series - does that make it a 60 amp box? Not a grounded outlet in the place except for one gfci that tested ok with my plug in tester. How is that possible? False ground?Needless to say I recommended a complete electrical evaluation.
PS- The picture of the stove is included just to give an idea of the age and condition of the house.