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I recently solved (sort of?) an issue regarding my washer & dryer not getting power. I consider that issue solved, but now I have a new one, possibly what caused the problem before. Now that I have power to my washer & dryer, I did a small te
As I continue to make sense of the wiring in home, I have come across some shared neutral configurations. In one, I find two breakers that have been connected to one NM-3 line i. e
On 50A circuits, the rule is one breaker - one homerun - one outlet (NEC 210. 23) The only exception is circuits which supply only cooking appliances (210. 23C)
Greg Bell, a Florida home inspector offers the following additional details, (edited and supplemented by DJF) Bulldog panels use a unique, proprietary type of circuit breaker called a "Pushmatic. " Bulldog panels with Pushmatic breakers indicate an o
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My 20 amp breaker going to my garage keeps tripping. It just started suddenly, the only thing plugged in there 24/7 is my washer. I replaced the outlet, and even tried unplugging it completely and it still trips
The white wire is being used as an ungrounded (hot) conductor, though it has not been properly marked as such. Looks like a fairly large wire, so it's surely feeding a larger 240 volt load. The breaker that it's terminated at, should be a double pole