Electrical Question From Analia About Dryer Wiring
I have an old panel box in my laundry room that uses two t-30 round screw in fuses. One of the fuses keeps burning out when I use the dryer.
Electrical Question about: Dryer Wiring
Received from Analia a Homeowner in San Antonio, TX
Question: I have an old panel box in my laundry room that uses two t-30 round screw in fuses. One of the fuses keeps burning out when I use the dryer. I have two electricians coming to see it this afternoon and don’t want to be taken advantage of.
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