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Ceiling Fan Wiring for Remote Control


How to Wire a Remote Control for a Ceiling Fan – Ceiling fan remote controls are great for controlling most ceiling fan and light fixture.



Kitchen Stove Not Working After Kitchen Installation


How to Repair Kitchen Stove Wiring. What to do With a Possible Damaged Electrical Cable for a Kitchen Stove, testing the circuit and accessing the wiring to perform the repairs



Home Generator Automatic Transfer Switch Design


How to Wire a Custom Generator Transfer Switch – This series covers a wide variety of topics all about home generators including sizing, selecting, connecting and safely operating this all important addition to your home.



Why Track Lights May Stop Working


How to Know What Causes Lights to Not Work – Installing high watt lamps that are not specified for the track light head. Each light head or compatible light fixture attached to the track light has a bulb size, type and watt limitation



GFCI Wiring for Bathrooms


How to Understand GFCI Codes and Wiring Diagrams – If electrical devices are within reach from the tub or shower then they should be protected by GFCI.



Adding Sub-Panels to Main Panels


How to Understand Load Calculations When Adding Sub-Panels – Adding any panel or sub-panel requires careful planning, however this practice is commonplace in most commercial and industrial applications



Increasing Electrical Circuit Size


Why Increasing the Size of an Electrical Circuit is Dangerous – Electrical circuits are designed to keep all the components of the electrical circuit within a safe limit so they do not over heat an become a fire hazard.



Circuit Power for Gas Stove Oven with Electronic Ignition


How to Wire an Electric Outlet for an Oven – Typical electronic ignition only require a 120 volt receptacle which requires less power than a conventional all electric stove or oven unit.



Connection for the Blue Ceiling Fan Wire


Where to Connect the Blue Wire of a Ceiling Fan – The blue wire is for the ceiling fan light fixture, Here is the Wiring connections for this scenario



Electric Dryer Circuit Requirements


How to Install a 240 Volt Electric Dryer Circuit – You may find yourself with either a 3-wire or 4-wire electric dryer, or a 3-wire or 4-wire outlet. Lets look a how the electric dryer is wired and what to do if your cord does not match the plug.



Adding a Garage Electrical Panel


Hot to Add an Electrical Sub-Panel to a Garage – Adding a sub-panel for a garage involves a variety of planning, here are just a few to consider



Dont Be In The Dark With These Light Switch Options


Options for Controlling Your Lights – There Are Far More Options Than Just a Light Switch to Make Your Lights Shine – A motion detector light may also be installed from a local circuit which will provide light as you walk to the electrical panel.



Combo Oven Microwave Electrical Wiring


How to Wire a Circuit for a Combo Oven and Microwave – If this is a true combo unit that is physically connected together then it may require one circuit or power source.



How to Wire for One or More Lights From One Switch


Wiring Diagrams for Light Fixtures and Switches – Wiring two light fixtures is the same as installing the wiring for one light



Understanding Telephone Intercom Systems


Telephone Wiring and Intercom Systems – Many commercial phone systems such as this us a proprietary central system which requires programming to enable the features and capabilities.



Identifying Light Fixture Wiring


How to Test Light Fixture Electrical Wiring Connections – It is best to identify the wiring using a voltage tester because of the different methods used for wiring light fixtures.



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