None of my outlets work in my bedroom, About 4 days, Myself
Good afternoonJA: Hello. What is your issue regarding?Customer: None of my outlets work in my bedroomJA: I'll do all I can to help. How long have you been dealing with this?Customer: About 4 daysJA: Do you plan on doing the work yourself?Customer: Myself and a friendJA: Anything else we should know to help you best?Customer: I don't have a actual light that's attached to the ceiling it is a lamp that uses the light switch
Have a Harbor Breeze "Slinger" 72 in fan, microprocessor
Have a Harbor Breeze "Slinger" 72 in fan, microprocessor controlled, I believe. The mains switch that includes the circuit the fan is wired into was turned off to replace a light fixture on the same circuit. Ordinarily, after losing power, this fan goes through a series of short back and forth blade gyrations before resuming normal operations.Yesterday, that did not happen. The fan went through the gyrations, but then stopped. The fan light operates properly. Multiple efforts were expended in an attempt to get the fan operating properly, without success.
I have a murray electric panel and there seem to be 2 bus
i have a murray electric panel and there seem to be 2 bus bars on it. can i use either one for the neutral and ground wires from the circuit breakersJA: How old is the system in question? And have you consulted an electrician yet?Customer: from the 1960s . i haveJA: Do you plan on doing the work yourself?Customer: some of itJA: Anything else we should know to help you best?Customer: that's my main question right now. the electrician created some new circuits for me 3 20 amp and 1 15 amp for a new kitchen . the house is on 100 amp service
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I just bought a house and I found out it has a 2 wire system
I just bought a house and I found out it has a 2 wire system outlet (no ground wire) on every outlet in my bedrooms and living room. And now it won't pass inspection without getting fixed. So, I was wondering, can I replace the old outlet with AFCI outlets or would it be easier to just add AFCI breakers on those circuits?
I have a single gang, single pole double switch. The top
I have a single gang, single pole double switch. The top switch controls a switched outlet, the bottom switch controls lights. I'd like to install two smart switches in place of the double switch. The smart switches require a neutral.There are two sets of 2 conductor wires (Romex 1 and Romex 2) that come from the wall. The current wiring for the double switch is as follows:-Black cable from Romex 1 spliced to top and bottom terminals of double switch provides power.-White cable from Romex 1 has electrical tape on it and seems to provide switched power to lights is connected to bottom left terminal of double switch.-Black cable from Romex 2 connects to top left terminal provides switched power to switched outlet.-White Cable from Romex 2 is capped off and not used.-Grounds cables are tied together, but not connected to switch.I'm not sure if the current is correct or safe. Is there any way for me to connect the two smart switches?
Dear Pearl, I am in the Dominican Republic. I have two 110
Dear Pearl,JA: I'll do all I can to help. How long have you been dealing with this?Customer: I am in the Dominican Republic. I have two 110 lines. I would like to protect the 220 V pump of the swimming pool. Do I need two CHSPT2Max surge protectors? One for each hot line?JA: Do you plan on doing the work yourself?Customer: Sure, I am in a small village and there are no qualified electricians here. I am Dutch.JA: Anything else we should know to help you best?Customer: Yes, the situation is a bit complicated.We have 14 hours current from the street line. Mostly during the night. In the night an inverser is changing the batteries and during the day the inverser provides electricity in the house. The pump of the swimming pool is heavy for the inverser and only works during the time there is electricity from the 'street'. The quality of the electricity is low and there are a lot of fluctuations. I have a new 2 pole circuit breaker. Is this for only one hot line?JA: How old is the system in question? And have you consulted an electrician yet?Customer: Part of the system is 15 years old, other part have been added last 3 years. It is difficult to find a qualified electrician. I tried several, but ithe system is a mess compared to a system in Holland.
The diagrams and test booklet are in this link. 1. A(n)
the diagrams and test booklet are in this link. https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B0E1bs5IMinAdlRIdEdBcFdDQkk1. A(n) _______ circuit exists when a conductor or conductive material of low resistance connects across the conductors in a circuit somewhere between the source and the load.A. openB. closedC. groundD. shortFigure A1—Use this figure to answer Question 2.2. Look at Figure A1. What happens when the switch in the circuit is closed?A. Only Lamp 1 runs.B. Both lamps light.C. Only Lamp 2 lights.D. Nothing happens.Figure A2—Use this figure to answer Question 3.3. What type of drawing is shown in Figure A2?A. Block diagramB. Device drawingC. Panel diagramD. Wiring diagramFigure A3—Use this figure to answer Question 4.4. The symbol shown in Figure A3 is placed near the supply terminals of a schematic diagram. This shows that supply current isA. direct.B. alternating.C. rectified.D. pulsating.5. Which one of the following symbols represent a device used to provide protection from high-voltage surges caused by lightning?A.B.C.D.6. A device is normally energized if the schematic diagram shows that the device isA. positioned near the source of power.B. connected in series with another device.C. connected directly to a closed switch.D. a part of a closed circuit connected to the power source.7. Which symbol is used to represent a thermostat contact for a heating system?A.B.C.D.8. Which symbol represents a circuit breaker with thermal overload protection?A.B.C.D.9. What type of diagrams are used to present the conditions that are available to control outputs based on inputs?A. BlockB. SchematicC. PanelD. LadderFigure A7—Use this figure to answer Questions 10–14.10. What type of diagram is shown in Figure A7?A. Block diagramB. Wiring diagramC. Three-line schematic diagramD. Single-line ladder diagram11. If power is being supplied to the circuit from Line 1, what's the first open-circuit condition encountered in Figure A7?A. AB. BC. CD. F12. How many normally open auxiliary relay contacts are shown in the schematic diagram in Figure A7?A. 0B. 1C. 2D. 313. In Figure A7, what happens when push button C is pressed down?A. B opens, the coil energizes, and a path is complete to 2.B. D closes, the auxiliary contact C1 closes, and the overload contact opens.C. The coil (C1) energizes, the auxiliary contact (C1) closes, and a path is complete to 2.D. Nothing (Both C and E need to be pressed to close the circuit.)14. What type of component is labeled A in Figure A7?A. Auxiliary contactB. Oil-type breakerC. NC pressure switchD. Normally closed breaker15. Which of the following use standard symbols to represent electrical components included in a circuit or system to show the scheme or plan of the circuit?A. Electrical schematic diagramsB. LegendsC. Block diagramsD. Location plan drawings16. Which one of the following devices will open the circuit at a definite amount of overload current?A.B.C.D.Figure A9—Use this figure to answer Questions 17–20.17. Which letter identifies the device used to supply power to the circuit in Figure A9?A. AB. BC. CD. H18. How many fan motors are operating given the conditions shown in Figure A9?A. 1B. 2C. 3D. 419. In Figure A9, if A opens how many fans would be operating in the circuit?A. 0B. 2C. 3D. 420. Which of the following will cause component A in Figure A9 to open?A. Increase in pressureB. Decrease in pressureC. Increase in temperatureD. Decrease in temperature
When installing the Leviton Decora Smart Dimming Light
When installing the Leviton Decora Smart Dimming Light Switch is it necessary to have the following wires available coming out of the junction? Ground, Neutral, Live (Black) and Load? I only have a total of three, Ground, Neutral and LiveJA: I'll do all I can to help. How long have you been dealing with this?Customer: Really just today. I have tried several wiring combinations and my lights do not turn onJA: How old is the system in question? And have you consulted an electrician yet?Customer: I may have to bring in an electrician. The apartment had been renovated recently by the building owner. I don't know if the Load wire is a requirement for this Leviton Decora Smart switch. Currently, the lights work fine with the installed single pole switchJA: Do you plan on doing the work yourself?Customer: Installing the switch yes. adding an additional wire, I think is beyond my capabilities.JA: Anything else we should know to help you best?Customer: The installation of the decora smart switch is pretty straightforward. I just need help troubleshooting it so that the lights turn on when I turn the circuit breaker back on.
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