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Articles about Electrical Wiring: 120 Volt Circuit



Should You Tap 220 Electrical Wiring for a 120 Volt Circuit?

April 5, 2015 by Dave Rongey

Splicing a 220-240 Volt Multi-Wire Branch Circuit for 110-120 Volts: Considerations when trying to provide a source for 110 volt or 120 volt power, Understanding 220, 230 and 240 volt Electrical Circuits.

How to Make 120 Volts from 220 Volts

July 13, 2013 by Dave Rongey

Converting a 220Volt Circuit to 120Volt: A Safe Method for Creating 120Volt from 220Volt, Splitting a 220Volt Circuit to 120Volt.

Home Wiring Advice – Be Careful Where You Get It From

September 9, 2012 by Dave Rongey

Beware of Bad Advice about Home Electrical Wiring – Silly advice and incorrect information can be a problem – This circuit wire size should always stay the same size with few exceptions, and yes, a 15 amp circuit breaker is the right size for 14 AWG copper.

How to Install an Outdoor Electrical Outlet

June 29, 2014 by Dave Rongey

Install Wiring for an Outdoor Outlet: What is the best way to install a 110volt outlet outdoors? The Methods for Installing an Outdoor Outlet.

How To Check An Electrical Appliance Outlet

April 18, 2012 by Dave Rongey

Home Outlet Testing Made Easy: Testing home receptacle outlets can be easily done by using a plug in circuit analyzer.

What is The Purpose of the Neutral Wire

December 13, 2014 by Dave Rongey

The Purpose of the Neutral Wire in Electrical Systems: What is the purpose of the neutral wire and the difference between the ground wire and the white neutral wire.