First you should run a new 20 amp circuit for the micro only. If that breaker trips the problem is with the micro unit, get appliance repair. Also ...
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Just put down the tools and step away from the wiring. Sounds very much like you should not be doing this project. To start,the National Electric C...
Ok here is the correct answer. The ground wires in the switch boxes were most likely just coiled up because switches did not have ground terminals ...
Here in MA you would have to use the water pipe and also supplement that with a ground rod. The water pipe is a FAR better ground. If it were me I ...
Depending on the room and what you use it for is how you really should decide number of circuits. If it is an average size family room with a tv an...
Lutron has a product that is called RadioRa that may work. It works on radio frequency and there are different settups for many applications. Try w...
Holy chit! What are you thinking? Trying to install a service from what you think it should look like? I would not even think of giving advice on t...
60 amp panel is more than enough. Run a 6/3 (with ground) sheathed electrical cable to feed the panel. This is a general answer local codes will va...
This setup is fine, actually a bit of overkill depending on what size lamps you use. 10-75 watt lamps at 120 volts will draw 6.25 amps. If you swit...
You should connect the black and red to the hot lines coming in, the bare wire to the bare copper coming in and just tape up the white and tuck it ...
Are there 2 hot wires going to the outlet? If so one is constant and one switched. You must remove the small tab between the two brass screw termin...
The question everyone is overlooking is WHY did the fan fall? If an electrician installed it he should be back there fixing the problem and install...
Smoke detectors should be wired together with 14-3 sheathed electrical cable wire. This is so they can all be powered and the extra wire will signa...
Any chance the fixture has several lamps in it? May have been one blowing out.
Is this electric heat cables embedded in the plaster? If so I would NOT advise moving walls for several reasons. 1 You would likely cover over some...