Troubleshooting Voltage Drop

Why would a switch be reading only 90 volts when its suppose to be 110?

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June 7, 20110 found this helpful

The first thing I would do is check another outlet to be sure it is not a supply issue. I would not assume it is a problem with a switch till I checked other outlets(s).

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