You would need at least a 60A double pole breaker and #6ga wire. The installation manual for the wh should specify what size breaker and size wire ...
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Carefully check the remote for a reverse switch/button. It may be labeled simply with two arrows.
You need to evaluate the existing wiring to the oven and the KW rating of the oven and new cooktop to determine which option is necessary. If the e...
Appliances that require only 240V to operate, such as air conditioners or water heaters, are wired with xx/2 wire with ground. Those that require 1...
Check for a tripped GFCI receptacle. It may be in that bath or another or in the garage or outside.
If the only light coming on is the one in the middle, and it is an old house with ungrounded circuits (2 wire), then that is normal. If you plug in...
A whole house surge protector is never a bad idea, so adding one couldn't hurt. The power supply for most electronic devices masks any momentary ...
What you may have done is to wire the receptacles as 240V devices. If they are GFI receptacles, they may be toast now. Does the breaker you bought...
Some dimming of lights is expected when large motor circuits start due to the high initial current draw they require. If you feel it is excessive, ...
If the shaft is getting hot and you have noise, the fan blade is slipping on the motor shaft. You may be able to tighten if there is a set screw. I...
Jack, from that response, I would say the "El" is back under a different name. I thought you were gone for good!
I doubt water is the problem, if it were, the breaker would blow when energized. Bunker - I have to ask..Are you sure the breaker you are checki...
You can install one gfci receptacle then feed multiple receptacles from the load side of the GFCI and all will be protected. You must, however, for...
If you are using a GFI breaker at the panel, then a non-fusible AC disconnect would work. If you are using a standard breaker at the panel, then a...
I would try the following: 1. Check the voltage between the two black wires where they are connected to the breakers in the cellar box. You shoul...
With two blacks and one white going to the shed, you should have 240V between the blacks and 120V between each black and ground. Are the black wire...
Do you by chance remember how the ceiling fan was wired? Did the fan you took down have a light also? Do you have power on any of the wires at the ...
It is possible the switches control some of the receptacles or half of the receptacles. It is also possible that the switches have been bypassed so...
Be aware that most controllers that are rated for multiple fans will cause hum at the lower speeds.
Best course of action would be to rewire. Copper pigtails at each device are an alternative, but must be properly done with a proprietary crimping ...