Hello everyone, I have been remodeling an old house for about 4 months and this will be my first post. A contractor moved a wall and the wiring in it, while adding some new recessed lighting and an outlet. He said that the old power supply was in the ceiling which he ran over to the wall where the 3-way switches are. From the switch box he has wires going to the other switches on the 3-way lights (2 sets) and wires going to the refrigerator receptacle. Everything was working great for about a month and a half an then all of a sudden the refrigerator and lights stopped working. I pulled out the refrigerator and plugged my wiring tester in. The tester read Hot/Ground reversed. I then took readings with my mulitmeter and measured ~120V from the hot the ground, ~120V from the neutral to the ground, and obviously 0V between the hot and the neutral. My initial thinking is that there has to be a hot wire touching a neutral somewhere to make that 120V. Is this correct? I have tried changing out all of the switches and the receptacle with no luck. Curiously, I also found that on the red wires (travelers?) between the 3-way switches there is only an 85V reading between them and the ground while the hot to ground reads 120V. I have tried everything that I can think of here and still no luck. Anybody have any idea what is going on? Is there any other possibility than a hot/neutral contact somewhere and if so what is the best way to find this because I have checked everything on the circuit that I can think of. Any help would be GREATLY appreciated! Thanks in advance.