Your best bet would be to contact a professional licensed bonded electrical contractor. There are too many variables to give you a simple answer.
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Take the 2-wire plugs back to HD and buy 3-wire plugs. Use a continuity tester to make sure you wire the new plugs correctly. Center post in sock...
Contact the generator mfg. They may have a way to "fix" your problem. Some generators have a "shorting" procedure to obtain 120/240 volt from the...
You have a couple choces. listed by cost: 1. No Jointer 2. Replace motor in Jointer with a 120V unit 3. 120V jointer (sell the good deal one, b...
One of the tattletale signs of a bad lamp in an HPS fixture is the cycling of the lamp. Average life of the 150W hps lamp is 24,000 hrs. This is a...
To reset a circuit beaker turn it all the way off then back on. A blown fuse is replaced with one identical. Unscrew the bad one and screw in a ne...
Since you have the walls down to studs...replace the boxes with 2 2-gang boxes. 1 can be used for the switch (vanity light) and receptacle (GFCI). ...
quote: Can the failure of the breaker cause the compressor to burn out? Maybe! Inversely, the compressor can cause the breaker to burn out! ...
There are two common voltages used in homes. The first requires 120 volts which is supplied by a singlee pole breaker. The second is a 240 volt app...
I should have said to leave the 2 black wires twisted together--assuming that was what was already done.
What wires did you hook up to the new fixture? You didn't say. Here's a possibility: Open up the light switch and "see" what wires are on the s...
Safe? I suppose. Practical? No. Paint will chip when you plug in something. Also, be aware that if you get paint in the slots the plug may not fit...
Hire an electrician to disconnect the wires at the circuit breaker. Ask what the recommended way is to remove the bb heaters. Better to pay than g...
Go to the DIY store in your area and buy a fan brace kit. It comes with a metal bracket that tightens up against the ceiling joists, and a metal bo...
1. IF the light is on or able to be turned on, do so and start turning breakers off. When the light goes out, you got the right circuit. 2. If the...
Bring a 2 12-3 sheathed electrical cable lines to attic, and make a loop long enough to go around a rafter and tie off. Run the other end to the fu...