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How to Install a Microwave Outlet Circuit for the Kitchen

Updated: January 14, 2020 by: Dave Rongey

Chad in Louisville , Kentucky asks: I am tripping circuits off in my kitchen, do I need another circuit? Installing Dedicated Electrical Circuit Wiring for a Microwave Oven, Appliances they work for about 1-2 minutes and then stop.



Tripping Breaker for a Ceiling Fan and Light

Updated: June 26, 2019 by: Dave Rongey

Billy in Virginia asks: I have a problem with a light circuit where I removed an old light fixture and hung a ceiling fan and wired it into the existing setup then powered the circuit and hit the wall switch to check functions and the breaker tripped.



Microwave Oven Does Not Work Hood Fan Does

Updated: April 21, 2019 by: Dave Rongey

Should I unplug the Microwave Oven or Keep Using the Hood Exhaust Fan? This electrical wiring question involves a High Electric Bill and a Microwave Hood Exhaust Fan in the Kitchen of a Home.



Electrical Problem with Two Circuits from the Same Phase

Updated: October 18, 2016 by: Dave Rongey

How to Identify and Solve Electrical Circuit Problems



Locate and Repair an Electrical Circuit Problem

Updated: August 30, 2012 by: Dave Rongey

Locating a Problem Electrical Circuit and Methods for Electrical Circuit Repair – The electrical circuit will need to be removed from the circuit breaker and a special circuit locating transmitter can be installed onto the wire to help locate the area that has been penetrated.



Signs of a Failing Circuit Breaker

Updated: July 6, 2012 by: Dave Rongey

Indications that a Circuit Breaker May Need to be Replaced