Hi, I have run into a strange issue and can't seem to find any good information on this so I am hoping someone here can help me understand how this can happen. We have been having some mild electrical issues in our home ranging from flickering lights to computer hardware damage. We have had 2 electricians out to check the electrical wiring in our panel and everything seems to check out. We then had our electrical provider out to check the wiring in our meter base and the guy they sent said all the wiring looks good, but he also measured the current on both of our hot legs and on our neutral and discovered that our neutral current is not equal to the difference of the two hot legs. I spoke to our electrician again and he told us to get both hot legs to 20 amps and check the neutral current again. I got phase A to 20.1 amps and phase B to 20.3 amps and our neutral current was still showing 7 amps. Clearly something isn't how it should be. So my question is how is this possible?