you need a switched outlet under the sink somewhere,just something to consider.
"IF a person didnt use the broiler, since it uses the same ignitor, couldnt one remove the ignitor from the broiler and put it in the oven position...
Hi Bob, i bought a used welder that requires a 50 amp circuit. what size wire do you recommend i use with a 50 amp double breaker?
that way you won't have to pay an electrican to tell you the problem's not in your house but in the outside line.
it sounds like to me that you have what is called a switch loop. the power enters at the fixture,then the hot is looped back through the switch. ...
open up some nearby wall switches and see if you can find the other end of the yellow wire,then note where it's connected to then post back.
you're confusing a receptor with a pan.a pan you tile over and a receptor(which can be cast iron by the way)already has a finish over it and is rea...
every duplex receptical has a snapoff tab across the hot screws that can be removed if you need to isolate one from the other for any reason.
there is such a thing as a "whole house surge protector." i don't know how rich you are though.
we were just guessing that someone replaced the recepticals and failed to note that the tab across the hots needed to be removed. i see it happen ...
i can't see any reason why a wall switch would be needed other than for convenience. the first one may have fried because you wired it for a load ...
you didn't say if it was new.and if you connected everything properly then just take it back.
"I bought the house and everything was new in the house" there you go.somebody "flipped"the house and goofed up the wiring.