No. Current cannot be pushed by the grid into your equipment. Power is provided by the grid and it has the capacity to provide a lot of current. Current inrushes are a result of the equipment trying to rebound from a voltage sag. When the sag occurs, capacitors inside your equipment are discharged. When the voltage is returned to normal levels, the capacitors draw in current to recharge. This is called a current inrush which can reach levels 5 to 10 times higher than the normal current draw.
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