This definitely sounds like one of hot legs is out. Could be several causes of this problem. defective main breaker, defective main connection ei...
If the switch is one of 2 3way switches you will need to do some rewiring of the other switch and possibly the light that they controlled.
Need more info. The descrition you give won't work. How many cables in each switch box? How many wires in each cable. Ignore grounds for this disc...
Does the switch only have black,red,white? Are they all connected to the switch? Is the one of 2 switches that control another light? If they are a...
You have a wire missing from the ceiling. You need a white wire in the ceiling. Generally the fan wiring is black =fan power blue = light power ...
There needs to be a ground connection in the box. You can not just buy a 3 prong receptacle and replace 2 prong receptacle. If you are using a sur...
Leviton makes a switch with a pilot light. The catalog number is 5226.
Lights going bright sound like an open neutral. Could be a loose connection on the circuit somewhere
Drill one small hole(1/4") in the center of the vent location though all the walls. Use this as an alignment to enlarge the hole to 4".
Here are some tips that might help. Let the stripper sit long enough to disolve the old finish. Cover it with plastic wrap to keep it from evapora...
You have not connected them properly or this would not be happening. You have a short somewhere. Tell us what you had and what you did to add the n...
I believe they do make a unit like you require. You might need to go to an electrical supply house to find it.
I agree. 1x3 strips 90º to the existing joist. You can level each one with spacers or shims at each joist.
YOu ran a new 14/3 from the existing switch to the new switch location? This is easy. Take the 2 wires from the existing switch and leave everythi...
This one pretty much requires an onsite inspection. There are too many factors that could affect the price. Thing such as access from a basement be...
the wiring is bit unusuall but we can get it to work. At the switch connect all the whites togther in a wire nut. Connect the power black to 2 p...
where does the power wire come in? fan/light? or switches?
Yes you can do it. How you do it depends on how the receptacle is currently connected. If you can turn off the power and tell me all the wires co...
You have them wired in series. I you tell us how you connected them we can tell you what you did wrong.
It should be possible to meve the meter to the outside. I think the gas company would be the one call for that. At least that is where I would start.