Electrical Wiring in Washington
Electrical Wiring in the State of Washington
Recent discussions from homeowners located in Washington about home electrical projects, including home improvements, room additions, remodel projects, electrical troubleshooting and electrical repairs.
Electrical Wiring Projects in Washington
Receptacles Not Getting Full Power
Cord Size for an Electric Log Splitter
Fix Bedroom Outlets that Do Not Work
Junction Box Splice for a 220 Volt Electric Range Cable
Low Voltage Yard Lights Not Working
Electrical Wiring for a Dishwasher and Disposal Outlet
How to Identify Electrical Problems
How I Install Circuit Breakers in Electrical Service Panels
How to Wire a New Garage Project
Bathroom Heater Electrical Wiring
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Recent Electrical Wiring Projects in the State of Washington
Why Do I Only Have 70 Volts on a 120 Volt Receptacle? How to Troubleshoot and Repair Outlet Problems, The Most Common Problem with Electric Outlets and How to Repair Them.
What size extension cord should I use for an electric log splitter?
Why do the plugs in the bedroom area not work? Bedroom Electrical Outlet Problems and How to Fix Them, Repairing Outlets and Electrical Connections.
How do I Splice a 220 Volt Cable in an Electrical Junction Box? Splice Electrical Wires, What to do with the Ground Wire.
Why do my low voltage yard lights turn off 2 or 3 hours after turning on?
The disposal is plugged into the receptacle and has power but the dishwasher which is plugged into the same receptacle does not have power: How to Wire a Dishwasher and Garbage Disposal Outlet: Common Problems When Wiring a Dishwasher and Disposal Outlet.
Why did my lights and outlets stop working? Identifying Electrical Wiring Problems when lights and outlets are not working.
How to Install Circuit Breakers: Organizing the Circuit Cables and Wiring, Making up the Grounds and Neutral Wires, Installing the circuit breakers.
Wiring a New Garage and Planning the Circuits : This contains all the basic electrical circuit requirements for the proposed garage...
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.
I have a very unique problem in a home where on a 20 amp circuit the bare conductor is carrying the positive or hot side of the 120 volt and the black conductor is acting as the ground and the white is the neutral.
Safety Guide for using Electric Pressure Washers: Safety Measures When Using an Electric Pressure Washer or a Electric Power Washer.
Can we run power from the electric utility pole to a large pump house main panel and then to a panel at the main house?
Installing a Panel and Ground System for a Shop: Factors that Determine the Type of Bonded Grounding System, Detailed Questions and Answers about Installing a Shop Panel and Bonded Ground System.
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