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Articles about 120 Volt Circuit

How to Install an Outdoor Electrical Outlet

Updated: January 10, 2019 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.



What is The Purpose of the Neutral Wire

Updated: March 12, 2018 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.



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

Updated: 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

Updated: 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

Updated: 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 Check An Electrical Appliance Outlet

Updated: 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.