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How to Make an Electrical Cable Splice


How to Splice Electrical Cables: Where the cables enter into the junction box will depend on the cable orientation, however I have found that it is best to enter at the same side in order to line up the conductors evenly for the splice.



Electrical Wiring Safety and Home Inspections


How to Troubleshoot Home Electrical Wiring Problems: Testing Electric Circuit Wiring, Home Electrical Wiring Inspection, Upgrading Older Home Electrical Wiring.



Grounding an Electrical Panel


How to Ground a Electric Circuit Breaker Panel: Grounding Requirements for Electric Panels, National Electrical Code, NEC Article 250, Grounding a Main Panel, Grounding a Sub-Panel, Electrical Grounding Methods.



Treadmill Electrical Circuit Safety


How to Wire a Treadmill Circuit: Installing the Required Treadmill Circuit, Using an Existing Power Source, Connecting to the Power Source.



How to Test a 240 Volt Dryer Circuit


My Dryer just Stopped Working, how can I Test the Outlet? Testing a 240 Volt Dryer Outlet, Tester Leads and Readings, What to do about Incorrect Dryer Voltage, How to Fix Dryer Problems.



Installing an Electrical Sub-Panel


Thinking about installing a Sub Panel? Here is what must be considered first, and you may find that you really do not need a sub panel at all.



Adding Circuits to an Electrical Panel


How do I add new circuits to my electrical breaker panel for new equipment that I will be installing? Evaluating the Electrical Load Capacity of a Panel, Identify Circuit Requirements.



Electrical Question from Gary about Ceiling Fan Wiring


How Do I Wire my Ceiling Fan and Light Fixture? The Pull Chain Switch for a Ceiling Fan Light Fixture, and the Fan Motor Capacitor.



Long Distance Electrical Wiring


How to Install and Connect Long Distance Electrical Wiring: Ohms Law and Voltage Drop Calculations, Increased Wire Sizes and Connections to Electrical Devices, Sizing the Circuit Breaker.



Ceiling Fan Direction for Winter Time


How to Change Your Ceiling Fan Rotation for Winter Time: Consider these Factors Before Adjusting the Direction Switch of Your Ceiling Fan, Locating the Ceiling Fan Direction Switch.



Upgrading Old Home Electrical Wiring


How to Upgrade Older Home Wiring: One consideration when upgrading older home electrical wiring would be to use Wiremold short box extensions and run Wiremold surface raceway electrical conduit between the devices to install the wires.



Electrical Question about a Tripping Circuit Breaker


Why does my circuit breaker keep tripping? The Most Common Causes of a Tripped Circuit Breaker.



How to Replace a 3 Way Switch with a 3 Way Dimmer Switch


How to Wire 3Way Dimmer Switches: Common 3Way Dimmer Switch Wire Connections and Light Level Adjustments, Wiring Two 3Way Dimmer Switches.



Bathroom Exhaust Fan and Light Electrical Wiring


How to Wire a Switch for Bath Exhaust Fan and Light: I have a new bathroom exhaust fan heater light to install in place of an old one and wire the switches.



Are You Making These Costly Electrical Wiring Mistakes


The Most Common Electrical Mistakes and How You Can Avoid Them: See the Most Common Mistakes that a Handyman or Homeowner will Make and What You Can Do to Have Your Project Turn Out the Right Way.



The Importance of Electrical Circuit Polarity


How to Identify and Repair Reverse Polarity of an Electrical Circuit: Electrical Safety and Proper Circuit Polarity, Polarity has to do with the flow of electricity. Polarity and Outlets, Circuit Wires and Polarity.



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