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Ground and neutral are not parallel neutrals. I know it looks that way because they're bonded in the main panel. But shift into a different way of thinking about the purposes of the 2 wires
Get a different electrician and/or make your power company come back. It sounds like your losing one leg of your service. The reason your cooktop control sends it into remission now is that it starts by backfeeding the bad side of your service which
I did not notice you said detached garage in the first post. If the garage is detached from the house then the first panel in the house is a sub-panel and requires ground rods. Any panel fed from the first house panel requires a 4-wire feed but does
STUFF Ashhurst residents want to know who's paying for damage to their houses. Some Manawatu residents are angry, confused and cold after a powercut blew their heating and appliances. A cluster of Ashhurst families are sleeping in chilly houses follo
Is it normal for a heavy load appliance to cause a circuit breaker to feel warm? Would something like a clothes dryer that had been operating for over 45 minutes or maybe an oven that been heating to 450 degrees cause the breaker to feel warm? After
Rust, the most familiar example of corrosion Volcanic gases have accelerated the extensive corrosion of this abandoned mining machinery, rendering it almost unrecognizable Corrosion on exposed metal, including a bolt and nut Corrosion is a natural pr
The only reason to replace the entire box is if aesthetics: if there isn't enough room on the wall for two boxes, or the box is in a closet or cabinet where there isn't physical space. Putting in a new breaker box is much easier than replacing an ent
You should disconnect all power to your sub-panel (turn off your main breaker and your generator). Be absolutely sure the power is off to avoid serious injury or worse. I'd suggest using a voltage sensor pen to verify the panel is cold
Santa Cruz County, CA, USA I'm in the process of building an outdoor office in my back yard (mainly as a "man cave" and quiet place to work from home). The picture makes it look large but it's actually just a 10 x 12 shed. Core construction is comple
The rod must be at least 8 feet in the ground, and should be below or flush with the ground level. If the electrode is above the ground, it has to be protected from physical damage. So if the rod is 8 feet in the ground, you'll simply have to protect