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Home Electrical Wiring

  • Occupancy Sensors 3-Way and 4-Way Switches

    • How do I install a motion a sensor to control lights? How to Wire 3-Way and 4-Way Occupancy Sensors to replace existing 3-way switches.

  • Understanding Electrical Circuit Wiring

    • How can I troubleshoot a problem with a Multi-Wire Branch Circuit? The Difference Between Series and Parallel Electrical Circuit Wiring.

  • Bathroom Light Not Working Then Check This

    • I have a light switch that has no power to turn on the ceiling light in the bathroom: Electrical Troubleshooting for a Bathroom Light Problem.

  • Fluorescent Lighting Problems and How To Fix Them

    • How to Fix Your Fluorescent Lighting Problems: The Most Common Problems with Fluorescent Lighting and How to Fix Them, Troubleshooting Problems with Fluorescent Light Fixtures.

  • Installing a Manual Transfer Switch

    • How to Select the Right Generator Transfer Switch: How to Save Money on a Generator Transfer Switch – These two items actually work hand in hand, and the end result will actually be how large the generator will be and there are a few more options that may be much easier to install and much less costly that a large transfer switch.

  • Generator Receptacle Configurations

    • Wiring a Generator Receptacle: Generator Hookup and Receptacle Configurations, Wiring a Neutral Wire for a Generator.

  • How to Eliminate Static Noise

    • How can I stop static noise on my electric wall outlets? Surge Protection and Power Conditioning for the Home.

  • Hot Tub Shut Off Switch

    • How to Install an Emergency Shut Off Switch for a Hot Tub: GFCI Protection, Hot Tub Control Circuit, Hot Tub Time Clock.

  • Don’t Call an Electrician Until You Try This

    • How to Reset the Power to a Circuit: I have an electrical problem where the power in a room went off. I replaced the circuit breaker but the problem still exist.

  • Hot Tub Pump and Heater Control

    • Electrical Circuit Control for a Hot Tub Heater and Pump – Install a relay that would be activated when the pump is turned on by the Intermatic Time Clock. The HydroQuip electric heater circuit would be connected through the set of contacts of the relay.

  • Installing Three Way Dimmer Light Switches

    • How to Install One or Two 3-Way Dimmer Switches: I have 4 kitchen ceiling lights that are currently controlled by two 3-way switches. I’d like to add a dimmer.

  • Electrical Circuit for a Combo Oven and Microwave

    • How to Wire a Circuit for an Oven and Microwave Combo: Combo Oven and Microwave Circuit, Oven Microwave Circuit Requirements.

  • Bathroom Heater Electrical Wiring

    • How to Wire an In Wall Electric Heater – Typical Electrical Circuit Requirements for an In Wall Electric Heater, A dedicated circuit, typically 20 amps, 240 volts, verify the amperage with the size of the specific heater and the installation manual.

  • Combo Oven Microwave Electrical Wiring

    • How to Wire a Circuit for a Combo Oven and Microwave – If this is a true combo unit that is physically connected together then it may require one circuit or power source.



 



 

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