hmm....ok you have either an unused 'slot' for a breaker, or the breaker itself is unused.In any event, one 'slot' should hold one breaker, and on...
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too vauge a Q 'what', as there are diferent 1" conduits available, as well as diferent types of #12 conductors....respond with some specifics, and ...
jgreen,more than likely it has broken off in the switch itself, and may not be worth repairing.sometimes cieling fans have 'guts' that can come out...
Steve, there is really no good way to extend old K&T to newer wiring methods, i.e.-sheathed electrical cable.the fact that K&T lacks a grounding co...
carlo23434.......there is a difference bettween 'grounding' and 'bonding'. A pool is required to be 'bonded' back to the pump motor (if it has one)...
point taken E-scott.what would i tell a potential customer?exactly what you allude to....1)update the service2)install new branch circuitry for tho...
electric heat has become sort of an expletive deletive, given the kw per hour poco rates today. $$ for $$, electric heat is far from economical.
Hi SFM; quote:I have read that you can add a Circuit breaker GFCI to your breaker box.yes, most panel manufacture's have GFI breakers available quo...
note this pictoral here budlightdeuce; see how the top AC waveform alternates. now imagine the 'white' or 'nuetral' of your 3 wire as the line i...
hi shannonvalde, most would probably say the hardest part of the job is getting from point A to B.if you have an unfinished basement below, or acce...
not really Joe, sorry. it is the problem all field electricians face everyday, how to get from point A to point B....as we are talking about speake...
I agree with Tom O,one would not wish to be planting a shrub years from now and encounter said 8-3 wire.. also there is a minor code issue with UF ...
Joe is right.a GFI has a donut type sensor, a 'CT' . the hot and nuetral ( black & white) run through the donut.as long as the current used matches...
FrankC, I've asked the fella's @ the ECN BB to look into the TVSS question you have. Go Here please and feel free to participate, there are many go...
Look for anything that would introduce vibration at that location, i.e- washer machine, doors that may get slammed,etc...
FrankC,you'll need to clarify this a tad, what sort of TVSS do you have?
yes..well that apparently was the switch for the fixture. The wall switch only controlled the one fixture, the 'switch leg' or 'switch loop' probab...
Kelly, did the one constantly on replace one with a pullchain?