Anything plug or unplug with the power on will make a flash.
It is against code. The likely reason is because in the event os a wire failure you do not want the possibilty of putting 120 volts on the low vol...
There at least 8 different ways to wire 3 way switches. you need to give us more details of the room layout. Will power come into one of the light...
No the low volatge(door bell, electric strike ) and hi voltage(120 volt) must be kept separate. They can be in the same trench right beside each ot...
Breakers trip from over current. Sounds like you have fault in the light circuit or more likely the fixture. If this is a newer home with AFCI bre...
You have an open neutral wire somewhere on the circuit. Look for an open connection somewhere.
Only three possibilities. 1. You have the wrong circuit breaker off. 2.The circuit is cross wired to two different circuit breakers. 3. Someone ...
The correct height is where ever yo feel like runing them. There is no code requirement for height. They must 1.25" from the front of the lumber.
The black leads are the timer power for 120 volt system. The yellow leads are timer power for 208 or 240 volt system. The red and blue leads are ...
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Look for a leak on the suction side of system. Air is being sucked into the system. Could be your well is also running low on water and sucking air.
Don't know fro sure. this is my best guess. The one on the right is a dimmer. The switch on the bottom turns it on/off. The slide controls the bri...
You can not share the neutral on the LOAD side of the GFCI. You must either use a double pole GFCI breaker or separate the circuit at the first rec...
The cable will need to be replaced. You can't make a splice in the middle of a cable unless you put it in a box. Also you must have six inches of w...
Perfectly mormal switch loop wiring. leave alone and connect your fan to the same wires as the light was connected to.
I think you might be in UK. Don't know about there but here in Canada it is called a multiwire circuit with a shared neutral. It is OK.