Causes of Wall Outlets to Lose Power


By Dave Rongey - Summary:

Here are the Causes of why an Outlet Electrical Circuit may Lose Power – The reason why part of the outlet circuit works while another part loses power is mainly due to a problem where the circuit wiring has experienced a separation with the circuit wiring.


Why Some Wall Outlets May Lose Power

Electrical Question:Why is it that the outlets on one side of the wall have lost power, while the other still has power?

Additional Comments: First time on site but, not the last.

Dave’s Reply:
Thanks for your electrical repair question Dwayne.
Background: Dwayne, a Student from Queens, NY-USA

Here are the Causes of why an Outlet Electrical Circuit may Lose Power

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