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Upgrading an Electrical Service Panel

by Dave Rongey

How should I upgrade my electric service panel? Considerations when Upgrading an Electric Service Panel.


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What is The Purpose of the Neutral Wire

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.


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Why Is Part Of My Home Electrical Power Not Working?

by Dave Rongey

Why did we loose electric power to some areas of our house? How to Troubleshoot and Identify an Outlet Circuit Problem: The power is not working in some areas as well as two outlets on the outside of the house.


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How to Plan for a Sub Panel

by Dave Rongey

Can I branch out to another small panel board from the main panel board to separate some appliance circuits? Planning for an Electric Sub Panel.


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Rewiring an Older Home

by Dave Rongey

How many circuits are needed when rewiring an older home? Planning the Electrical Panel Size and the Number of Circuits, and Local Code Considerations.


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How to Solve the Problem of Tripping Circuit Breakers

by Dave Rongey

How can I fix a Tripping Circuit Breaker Problem? How to Identify the Electrical Circuit Requirements and Updating the Electrical Service.


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Home Electric Panel Upgrade Wire Size

by Dave Rongey

Can the existing electrical service wire be used for a larger panel? Planning for a Home Electrical Service Panel Upgrade.


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Problems that Can Cause Dim Lights

by Dave Rongey

What would causes my lights to dim? How to Identify the Cause of Dim Lights, Electrical Questions and Answers about Dim Light Problems.


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Is Your Electric Service Panel Big Enough

by Dave Rongey

Is my electric panel big enough for all my appliances? Estimating the Required Electrical Service, Home Electrical Panel Sizes, Circuit Breaker Spaces in Electric Panels.


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Wire Size for a Home Electrical Service Panel

by Dave Rongey

How to Size Wire for an Electrical Service Panel: What kind of wires do I need to get power to my home?


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My circuits do not work right, is my electrical fuse box safe?

by Dave Rongey

How to Solve Old Electrical Fuse Box Problems: How Unbalanced Circuits may cause one of the cartridge fuses to blow which will affect half of the 120 volt screw infuse circuits.


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Extending Circuits for a Panel Relocation

by Dave Rongey

How to Move Electrical Circuit Wiring When Relocating an Electrical Panel: Installing Junction Boxes and Gutters for Electrical Wire Splicing.


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Understanding Electrical Panel Total Amps

by Dave Rongey

How do I figure total amps in the panel box?: The total connected load depends on the electrical devices that are actually connected to the circuits and how often these items are being used.


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Why Several Electrical Circuits May Not Be Working

by Dave Rongey

How to Troubleshoot Home Electrical Circuit Problems – If the full power is not restored then it is very possible that your electrical service may have lost one side or one leg of the electrical power to the electrical service panel.


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Causes of Incorrect Electrical Voltage

by Dave Rongey

Why is the Voltage wrong at the Electric Service Panel? How to Troubleshoot Incorrect Voltage Readings.


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200 Amp Electrical Service Upgrade Riser

by Dave Rongey

How an Electrical Service Entrance Pipe is Typically Used for a Panel Upgrade – The rigid conduit should be solid from the weather head down to the electric meter enclosure or main service panel.


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