Is this a permanent removal or will you be re-installing the heaters? Permanent removal--SHUT OFF the power. Typically these will be 2 pole circui...
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My answer was cut off!! Basically you have the right idea. I suspect your wires are broken in the conduit if in fact conduit was run from house ...
>>is there an easy way to pull them or do you just grab onto them and pull as hard as you can?
You need to do some more troubleshooting! Househelper offers excellent advise. One thought--You said the wires are run through plastic pipe. There ...
bpagan said: Bare with me, as this is my first house and I'm not really keen on electricty. That being said, PAY a licensed electrician to come ...
Forgot to tell you what the B is for--Old sheathed electrical cable used to have 60 degree conductor insulation. The new sheathed electrical cable ...
The industry joke is the manufacturers had to color the wire for the inspectors! Actually I like the color wire now that I have gotten used to it...
Good advise from TomO. Also, have you noticed if anything else is not working? Try checking the rest of the basement for non-working devices. S...
To answer part of your question: Your 1000 Watt dimmers are no longer 1000 Watt. Once you "gang" them together, you needed to break off some of the...
Almost true. The correct distance is 25 ft. for an outside GFI receptacle. Several manufacturers are making combination devices--disconnects with...
Use a solenoid type tester. It will tell you if you have a "real" voltage present. You'll need to measure from hot to ground or hot to neutral. I ...
Exactly, how did you measure voltage with your voltage indicator? Is it a meter or a "bird dog" (sensing type that chirps)? What wires/ surfa...
Some jacuzzis have a need for 2 seperate circuits--pump & heater. Check installation instructions. Either way any wiring to jacuzzi must be GFCI pr...
1. you are running water 2. the pipe inside the well is leaking 3. the pump inside the well is leaking 4. your check valve inside the well is le...
Watt's Law states volts times amps = Watts so--> watt's divided by volts = Amps 16KW (16,000 Watts) / 240 volts = 66.67 Amps The probability you...
Watch this intro http://reliancecontrols.com/ A transfer switch is the best and safest method to isolate your generator from the power company ...
Seen this before. The fans rarely operate during the cold season and have a tendency to freeze up. Once the weather turns warm and the attic heats ...
Unless your local jurisdictation has an exception,, I believe you will be required to run a 4-wire circuit for the oven provided it is a 120/240 vo...
Your best bet is to try to contact the manufacturer for a wiring diagram. There are too many variables.