Articles about Troubleshooting
How to Make Electrical Wiring Connections for Home Light Fixtures: Typical Wiring Mistake with Light Fixture and How to Fix It.
Why is the Voltage wrong at the Electric Service Panel? How to Troubleshoot Incorrect Voltage Readings.
What is causing a GFCI Outlet to trip off? How to Identify and Correct GFCI Outlet Problems, The Most Common Problems with GFCI Outlets, Troubleshoot, Locate and Fix GFCI Outlet Problems.
Why do my Outlets not have Full Electrical Power? How to Troubleshoot Electrical Power Problems.
How Can I Fix a Bathroom Light and Exhaust Fan that Stopped Working? The Most Common Problems with Bathroom Light Fixtures and How You Can Fix Them.
Why does our house have partial power, is there a problem with our panel? Electrical storms, or changing an outlet that shorts out and causes sparks can cause a number of problems with the home electrical system.
I replaced a switch but now some things are not working right, how do I fix this? How to Fix Light Switch Wiring.
Will my existing lights work with a new LED light fixture? Adding a Non Dimmable LED Light Fixture.
Why a new 50 amp GFCI breaker trips when the outlet Is installed in the box.
How Can I Wire Two Light Switches to Control One Light Fixture? The Key to Wiring Light Switches, Three Way Switches and Four Way Switches.
The breaker panel in my house will only let every other breaker work…
Why have I lost power to my lights and outlets? How to Identify the Cause of Lost Electrical Power, Common Problems that Cause a Tripped Circuit Breaker or Lost Power.
Why are my Bathroom Lights Not Working? Some bathroom GFI outlets may provide power to the bathroom light fixture. the bathroom GFI outlet should be checked to see if it has tripped off.
How can I find out the amount of amperage available in my 200 amp Panel?
What would cause lights to flicker and go dim then brighter? Common Problems that Cause Dim and Flickering Lights.
I have a very unique problem in a home where on a 20 amp circuit the bare conductor is carrying the positive or hot side of the 120 volt and the black conductor is acting as the ground and the white is the neutral.