By 3 way do you mean two switches in separate locations that operate the fan or a single switch with 3 settings?
househelperMember since 03/31/05
Check with your power company. Many offer lights as you describe for a set monthly fee (you pay).
What you see is the result of the installer wiring to the top screw then rotating the receptacle and wiring to the top screw again. The end result ...
The double pole GFI breaker should work, or you could use two GFI receptacles. You may have some nuisance tripping with the timer inline and using ...
"Is it making sure that the receptable grounds to the screw which then grounds to the box once screwed in?" That is exactly what it is doing. By ...
Unfortunately, Jim may be right. But first, make sure the speakers are turned on (most amps have some sort of speaker selector switch), then check ...
Ell: Please provide the code sections for your claims of NEC limits on combination lighting/receptacle circuits. I would suggest you keep your opi...
Tshea, but for the NEC at least, there is no restriction on the number of receptacles on a circuit in a dwelling.
The reason is that at some point a plumber will replace a section of metal pipe with plastic thereby eliminating the continuity of your ground. Ru...
If you think you may eventually finish this area, then go ahead and run two circuits, one for the lights, one for the receptacles. Both can be 14ga...
jg, you've gotten some good and bad advice here, most of the good coming from those that don't "rant". Bottom line: Use at least 2 new 20A circuit...
I think that is a good plan. It could be anything, 277V, most likly. I'd stay away from it and call an electrician.
First of all, there is no "positive" or "negative" in residential AC wiring. You would connect the black to black and the white to white. The blue ...
Can you be more specific about what wires he is talking about? Are these the wires from the service panel to the grounding electrode (rod driven in...
Couple of options: 1. Use sheathed electrical cable and protect each stud you penetrate with a nail plate, continue the sheathed electrical cable ...
It's possible you have the hot fed from one switch and the neutral fed from the other box. Or there may be some other wierd combination. The only w...
What is the junction box grounded to? If the oven requires a separate ground and neutral, and some digital models do, you must run 4 new wires fro...
Confused a little about that white wire connected to the switch. What other wires are in the box either connected together loose? If you connect a...