unfortunately at this stage of the game I would get an electrician in and he should solve your problem in no time. Keep an eye out on what he does ...
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What is the output voltage of your excisting transformer? and what voltage does the new clock/doorbell need? can you get to a section of the bell w...
It appears you are picking up "noise" from the motor fan, If the computer speakers are plugged into the same circuit that the ceiling fan is on, th...
I have done many pools and here is the rule. A 2o amp ground fauld circuit Breaker will be for the pump, and must be contained in conduit buried 18...
Open all outlets and dis-connect the blacks. with the switch off, if it is a single pole and not a 3-way, check with meter and find the constant ho...
I agree with Joed. most bad circuit breakers will not reset. A tripping problem could be a loose conection of the wire on the breaker creating it t...
As far as I know any exposed or surface wiring inside a garage should be in conduit,EMT. I would use EMT for the Line side of the sub panel and Met...
I would like to post a correction in the reply by HP.. Acording to NEC the white wire in a switch loop should always be hot only to the switch and ...