What are you using to test for power? Is the neutral carried via the white wire of a **/3 cable between boxes? Have you checked the bulbs?
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Connect the 6ga neutral and the 8ga ground to the neutral buss in the main panel. Look for a screw on the buss that bonds it to the enclosure. If t...
The breaker is doing its job. You have a short or loose connection somewhere in the dryer circuit. Have a licensed electrician check it out for you.
You need to describe exactly how the "pony box" and the GI breaker are wired. What color, where attached, etc. before any help can be offered.
The box the combo sw/recp came in should contain a wiring diagram that will explain how to hook up this device in various configurations. The whi...
Even if you don't go with the upgrade, replacing the Wadsworth panel would make sense. SqD makes a 30 space 100A panel in the QO line. Not my favor...
Although the QO line is excellent quality, I find it to be overpriced and poorly laid out for wiring. I like the SquareD Homeline much better. I wo...
The 6/3 is correctly sized for a 50A circuit. That should be sufficient for the spa and the light/pond circuit you want to add. The breaker amperag...
If the fan is wired to a switch, you can replace that switch with a fan control that will control speed and on/off. What you will not be able to do...
Look for a loose wire, probably white, at a receptacle. Most likely from a push-in type connector on the back of a receptacle. Determine which rece...
Increasing the breaker size to the spa subpanel would also require increasing the wire size to that panel. Chances are you can add the 20A circuit ...
I agree you need some good help, but from your post, you need more than you can find online. Please contact a local electrical contractor for your ...
I would suggest you contact your local building inspector to see what he(she) will allow. Going thru the concrete isn't that hard to do if that is ...
Are you replacing the panel and meterbase? Is the current meter already grounded? If so, how?
Do you have the DSL filters installed on the 2nd line or is there a filter installed at the NID box?
It may indicate loose wiring on the receptacle, probably a result of using the push-in connectors on the back of the receptacle. It's easy to check...
If the combo panel is a feed-thru model (and most are), i.e., it has lugs at the bottom of the bus bars on the load side of the main, it would not ...
If I understand this correctly, you are saying the GFCI breaker trips when there is nothing connected to it? If that is the case it must be a bad b...
Most likely you have a GFCI recepctacle that has tripped. Look for a receptacle with two buttons "test" and "reset". There should be at least two i...