This section is designed for
someone with no previous electrical experience. Always make sure
the power is shut off at the main panel. We strongly recommend
turning off all circuit breakers or fuses to be certain the
circuit you're about to work on is totally dead.
Please choose a category:
Replacing a circuit breaker.
2.) How do I
repair a lamp?
4.) I am
installing a new circuit. Should I pigtail or use the outlet
5.) I have
a touch lamp that won't work. What is wrong with it?
6.) I am
wiring a 220 dryer plug. I don't know where the wires go.
7.) Adding a
220 line in a very old house. Can it be done?
do I install a new thermostat?
My circuit breakers keep tripping all the time. What's
10.) I bought
a light fixture, but the wire colors aren't what I'm used to
voltage lighting (outdoor) problem.
12.) I am
adding 6 outlets on my workbench. Can I tap into an existing line
to make them work?
13.) I have a
damaged lamp plug. How do I replace it?
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