I just setup a pepper seed starting shelf using a metal shelf from a Swedish furniture outlet. The shelf has no electrical contact with the 5x T8 bulbs which are hanging on plastic zip ties. The T8 bulbs do not have a ground connection, and are isolated from their own chassis. At the very bottom, I have a small box, which uses a 12V DC LED strip powered from an external power supply (xbox 360 12V brick), for the sprouted seedlings. I was testing if there is any leakage from anywhere using a multimeter and before I even installed the "sprout box" I had about 10V/AC from the shelf in respect to the earth wire in the wall outlet. I thought that was bad and grounded the shelf to earth, although electrically isolated from everything, and the voltage disappeared. Now recently after adding the "sprout box" I noticed when touching the wires leading to the LED strips, I get a light "zing" when touching the shelf. Between the xbox 360 PSU and the metal shelf is 210V/AC!!! So I checked how much current can flow and I'm seeing about 80µA, which lights an LED very dimly.
Is this something I should worry about, as it only happens if I touch the LED strip power leads?
How comes I have such crazy floating voltages? all from induction?
Should I ground the xbox psu too?
p.s. the xbox psu doesn't have an earth connector, only live and neutral.
p.s. the psu in question is an xbox 360 power brick Here is an excerpt from the link
Jack Creasey suggested below