Questions about: electrical

My living room has one wall switch that feeds two different lights/ sconces . The switch has only two black wires on the side of the switch. one on the top and one to the bottom
It could have to do with the trip curves of the breakers, and/or the ambient temperature differences between panel locations. For example, let's say all the circuits on Phase A are drawing 3 times the rated current. The trip curve for these breakers,
1 Remove all sub panel covers or doors. 2 Measure about 5 feet (1. 5 m) from the floor to mark the spot where you will mount the panel
The simplest thing to do is to turn the breaker on and figure out which black wire is supplying the current. (This is arguably one of the more dangerous approaches, but it is safe if you follow precautions like have someone guarding the wires so they
Hello I'm having a problem with my GFCI outlet in my bathroom, it will not reset. There are 2 outlets connected to this GFCI, and neither are working now. I've tried reseting the switch as well as resetting all of the breakers on my breaker box, but
We redid our bathrooms and had an electrician come in and put in new wiring for outlets, heater/fan/lights and heated floors. He had to replace the electrical panel, because the house is older (1956) and didn't have enough space to accomplish the tas
A luxurious feature offered on many modern ceiling fans is the wireless remote control. This feature offers full operation of the fan (and any light attachment) from any location within a reasonable distance. This can be especially useful in bedrooms
There are basically two types of wire tracer: audible frequency transmitter and receiver often used with telephone wires to detect them in floors, walls, etc. It is expected the receiver can be placed within a few inches of where the traced wire pote
Regards to installing 1-30 amp circuit for both, No. Regards the 12 amps the D/W draws, that would be the load when the Heating Cycle is on. Not the motor
My mother in law recently replaced her 4 burner Frigidaire range and is often popping her breaker when she is cooking for a large party - ie 4 burners going and oven. I checked the specs for the range and they suggest a 50A breaker. The electrical ci