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Wiring a Photocell for an Outdoor Light Fixture

by Dave Rongey

How to Wire a Photocell Control to an Outside Light Fixture: Matching a Photocell to an Outdoor Light Fixture, Example for Wiring a 120Volt Photocell.


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Wiring a 3-Wire Dryer Outlet

by Dave Rongey

Help with Electrical Wiring for a 30 amp 3-wire Dryer Outlet: Make sure that the white wire is wrapped with black or red electrical tape at both ends of the cable to identify it as being a hot wire and not a neutral wire.


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Electric Water Heater Wiring Connections

by Dave Rongey

How are the electrical wires connected for an electric water heater? Wiring Connections for a 240 volt 30 amp Electric Water Heater.


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How to Wire a Range Cord

by Dave Rongey

How is a Built In Electric Range and Oven Wired? Wiring a Range with an Oven, 3Wire and 4Wire Options.


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

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.


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Electrical Wiring for a Water Heater Circuit

by Dave Rongey

What type of wire should I use for a water heater circuit? How to Wire a Water Heater, Selecting Electrical Wire for a Water Heater Circuit, Correct Wiring Methods are the Key to safe Electrical Circuits, 240 Volt Electric Water Heater Circuit.


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Wiring Connections When Replacing an Oven

by Dave Rongey

How do I connect the bare copper wire from the wall to the oven wires? How to Identify the Oven Wires when Replacing an Oven: Connecting the Electric Wires for an Oven.


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Wiring a Hot Tub 50 AMP GFCI Circuit

by Dave Rongey

How to Wire a Hot Tub Circuit: Electrical Codes and Details for Spa and Hot Tub Wiring. Essentials for your installation, including the required GFCI ground fault protection and circuit wire size.


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Installing a Washer Dryer Unit with an Existing Dryer Plug

by Dave Rongey

Will my 240volt 3 prong outlet work with a new dryer with a 250volt with a 4 prong cord? How to Connect 3 Prong and 4 Prong Plugs for a Washer Dryer Combo.


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Electrical Wiring for a 240 Volt Wall Heater

by Dave Rongey

How do I wire a thermostat for a 240 volt heater? How to Install Electrical Wiring for a 240 Volt Heater.


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Electrical Outlet Wiring for a Dryer

by Dave Rongey

How to Wire a Dryer. Indications of Incorrect Dryer Outlet Wiring. A dedicated circuit is required for an electric clothes dryer and the wiring of the dryer outlet must be made correctly.


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GE Breaker Type Prevents Dryer From Working – Part 1

by Dave Rongey

How to Fix a GE Breaker Problem: Dryer Circuit Requires Corrected 220 Volt Circuit, I recently attempted to install a new dryer using 240V – 4wire installation procedures.


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Voltage Readings and Dryer Outlets

by Dave Rongey

How to Test a Dryer Circuit and Outlet – We just had brand new house built, the dryer breaker tripped now the dryer doesn’t work.


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Electric Cooktop Circuit Requirements for Renters

by Dave Rongey

Cook Top Electrical Circuit Requirements – You can only supply 240 volts to a 2 burner 240 volt cook top, and the circuit would need to be rated at the specifications of the cook top that you have.


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Kitchen Stove Electrical Circuit Checks

by Dave Rongey

How to Check Circuit Wiring for an Electric Stove – The circuit breaker should be checked to make sure that half of the circuit is not tripped off. Inspect the flex whip and wiring for damage or loose connections.


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Electric Heaters and Circuit Safety

by Dave Rongey

How to Safely Dealing with Increased Electrical Loads – To avoid circuit overload and creating a potentially dangerous condition circuit breakers or fuses should never be removed and replaced with one that is a different type and or has a higher rating.


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