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More than likely the problem is in the fixture that went out first. It could also be a problem with the switch itself or possibly damage to the wires from the switch to the lights. With the breaker off, open the fixtures and inspect them for obvious
Yes. I fit steel junction boxes in places the old wires can reach. Then run EMT conduit between the panel and those boxes
I have an old 225 Amp 30 space commercial flush mount sub-panel in my home with bolt on breakers that has worked for years. Now, there's 120v on one bus and 0 volts on the other bus. When I remove the leads from the bus, I get 120v on each lead, so t
About two months ago, I purchased an Igloo cube freezer for my basement. I plugged it into a standard 120V grounded outlet and it turned on and ran apparently normally for a three weeks before I found that the freezer had turned off and all of the fo
As other comments have stated, it is likely an AFCI or (more likely) a GFCI breaker. Can you determine where that circuit goes? Knowing its termination would help, since some areas, like bathrooms and laundry rooms, are more likely to validate that.
Cable companies should not be penetrating the building with cables like the way you describe. Water can flow down this wire and into the building if it's not sealed properly. And if it is sealed properly, if the wire is able to be moved in and out be
Hi All, Wasn't sure whether to put this in electrical or plumbing, but since I didn't see anything about water pumps, I figured I'd run it by you guys. I have a 3/4HP well pump, less than 10 years old, which has worked flawlessly until the past month
That Federal Pacific panel has to go as they are dangerous. As far as concerns about your skill, you sound like that particular kind of newbie who is well capable of learning to do it all safely and well; however my hunch is you are still thinking to
in theory. . 1 pole will give you 120v, and the 2 pole will give you 240 v reality
Breakers protect wires. The wire to the sub-panel can only be protected by the breaker in the main panel, and that must be correct for the wire's type and size. Like Ed Beal says, you don't need a master breaker in a sub-panel