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Laundry Room Exhaust Fan Switch Wiring

Updated: April 18, 2012 by: Dave Rongey

How to Wire an Exhaust Fan Switch: Exhaust fan switch wiring and sensor control functions.


Installing an Exhaust Fan and Light

Updated: September 7, 2011 by: Dave Rongey

I am installing a exhaust fan with light. I have black and a white wire coming from switch and a black and white wire coming from the power box.


Identify Bath Exhaust Fan Electrical Problems

Updated: September 3, 2011 by: Dave Rongey

I have a heater fan, exhaust fan, light combination in my bathroom. The heater fan has its own breaker, and so does the exhaust fan…


Inductive Motor Loads Can Trip GFCI Outlets

Updated: September 1, 2011 by: Dave Rongey

I installed a GFCI outlet in my attic and ran the load side wires to a new, through the wall, Broan 6″ round exhaust fan via a wall switch…


Why Bathroom Outlets Stop Working

Updated: August 26, 2011 by: Dave Rongey

My bathroom outlet is losing power after taking a shower. Every time i try to reset the outlet, that doesn’t take care of the problem. What would the next step be?


Installing an Inline Exhaust Fan

Updated: July 20, 2010 by: Dave Rongey

I am planning to use inline exhaust fan in a temple with the purpose of exhausting the…


Electrical Question from Ryan about The Vented Toilet Seat

Updated: June 4, 2010 by: Dave Rongey

The vented toilet seat is a fantastic product for every bathroom, I highly recommend it to everyone.


Question – Home with Electrical Overload – Part 2

Updated: February 20, 2009 by: Dave Rongey

This 100 year old home continues to have power outages. Now we discover a moisture problem.


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