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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
I'm based in Europe and my dryer is a 1 phase unit so it takes no more than 2300Kw all included (also the rating of the fuse in breaker/fuse panel). I presume you meant 2300W, not kW. Otherwise, you'd likely have to open a new sub-station in your nei
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[Electrical] Range Hood Outlet Question We are replacing our range hood with an over the stove microwave. We are going to use the outlet in the cabinet above the stove however the existing range hood is wired directly into that outlet. The wiring for
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If the GE microwave oven won't start, you can reset it. You can also reset it if the cooking time you enter.
Flickering is caused by a bad connection somewhere. It could be the bulb or socket that is bad (you did try a new bulb, right?), or it could be a bad connection anywhere along the line: at the fixture, switch, any electrical box along the way or a fa
Circuit Breaker A circuit breaker's function is, like a fuse, to break a circuit path when a predetermined amount of current is passed. In my opinion, circuit breakers should never be used to protect electronic devices such as radios, amplifiers or c
If checking the breakers and resetting the GFCIs haven’t restored power to the outlet, the next step, without getting into circuit testing, is to remove the outlet from the box and look for loose connections. We’ll show you three common types of loos