I haven't asked & they are not all home at this time. In a unit of 6 units on top of 6 units below. I don't know what is meant by the volt meter with two probes. How do I determine that?
basically the front porch & outdoor electrical outlets (including the outlet in the front storage by the water heater), 1/2 of the living room, 1/2 of the loft upstairs
(the portion that shares the same wall), and 1/2 of the
bedroom downstairs. The bedroom downstairs is puzzling
because their is no common wall to the others that are
yes - dual fuel (gas range & electric oven) appliance in the
kitchen (working fine) & an apartment washer/dryer combo
which are both working fine
there is one in the bottom bedroom & the main one is outside the building unit
set the oven to preheat 475 & the electric coils are red -
appears to be heating. should i wait for the ready ring?
there are on the left side of the panel - set of 2 blue switches, set of 1 blue & 1 red, 2 sets of green with
a bar plate around them - on the right side of panel -
set of 1red & 1 blue, 1 blue & 1 red with a bar plate around
them, set of 2 red, & lastly one red on the last switch.
yes-left side: blue-common
green-AC} }these are connected by
green-AC} plate bar
right side: red-disposal}
blue-oven} }these are connected by
blue-oven} plate bar
red-kitchen/red-kitchen & lastly red-no label
I think the main breaker is the one outside the building
in a common place
I have the tools, but must admit I've never used them &
really don't know how
I own the condo. I bought 8 years ago & replaced the main panel then. common area panel has each unit # XXXXX to the breaker with the meters next to them
I did - no difference
ok, looks like i need to call an electrician. thanks so much
for your help.