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Installing a Power Conditioner for Audio Video Equipment

By Dave Rongey

How to Protect Your Electronic Equipment Against Power Surges: The importance of protecting your valuable electronic devices with power conditioning equipment, Good quality power conditioners, voltage surges and spikes.


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Dealing with a New or Used Home with Questionable Electrical Wiring

By Dave Rongey

Home Electrical Wiring Problems and How to Fix Them: Dealing with Questionable Electrical Wiring in a New or Older Home that May Cause Concerns.


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How Electric Heaters can be a Problem for Renters

By Dave Rongey

Plugin Space Heaters and Electrical Circuits: Safe Electrical Circuit Wiring, Electric Space Heaters, Separating Electrical Circuits, Adding Electrical Circuits.


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How to Wire a 230 Volt AC Welder

By Dave Rongey

Setting up the Electric Circuit for a 230 Volt AC Welder: Wiring a 230 Volt Welder Receptacle.


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Sure Signs of Electrical Trouble with a Light Fixture

By Dave Rongey

How to Troubleshoot and Repair a Light Fixture: Indications of Light Fixture Wiring Problems, Light Fixture Wiring Splices, Moisture or Water Leaks Around Light Fixtures, How to Check Light Fixture Wiring, Hot Light Bulbs That Cause Wiring Problems.


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What Size Sub-Panel Should I Install for My Garage?

By Dave Rongey

How to Install a Sub Panel for a Garage: Where to Begin when Installing a Sub Panel for a Garage, Planning for a Sub Panel, Identify the Sub Panel Circuits, Sizing a Garage Sub Panel, 120 Volt and 240 Volt Circuits, Planning for Future Circuits.


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GFCI Outlets and Aluminum Wire

By Dave Rongey

How to Safely Wire GFCI Outlets: Creating a Copper Pig Tail with Aluminum Wire, Working with Aluminum Wire, Splicing Aluminum Wire, Anti-Corrosion Ointment for Aluminum Wire, Attaching Aluminum Wire, AL/CU Rated Outlets and Switches.


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Checking Light Fixture Wiring Connections

By Dave Rongey

I am adding more light fixtures, the new lights do not work, but the original light does work, what did I do wrong? Common Problems with Light Fixtures and Dimmer Switches and How to Fix Them.


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Does Your Electrical Panel Need Upgrading

By Dave Rongey

I want to add a breaker to my panel to wire my basement, but my main electrical service breaker box does not have a main breaker, what can I do? How to Upgrade an Electrical Panel to Ensure a Safer Electrical System.


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Is Your Electrical Wiring the Right Type

By Dave Rongey

How to Know if Your Electrical Wires and Cables are Correct: Identifying Wire for Electrical Circuits: Homes are wired according to national electrical codes which have various electrical circuit requirements depending on the circuit application and area of the home.


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Is Your Electric Clothes Dryer Shocking You?

By Dave Rongey

Why am I getting shocked by my electric dryer? How to Check a Dryer Electric Circuit, Troubleshooting Dryer Electrical Wiring Connections.


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Heat Pump Problems and Electrical Power

By Dave Rongey

How to Troubleshoot Heat Pump Problems: My heat pump isn’t working right, is there a problem with the home electrical service or local utility transformer and the heat pump circuit breaker?


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Sizing an Electrical Circuit for a Motor Home

By Dave Rongey

How to Size an Electrical Circuit for a Motor Home: Motor Home Electrical Circuit Design, Motor homes typically have a 120 volt or 220 volt cord and plug setup which is used to connect to a main AC power source.


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