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How To Upgrade Old Knob and Tube Electrical Wiring

by Dave Rongey

Can I upgrade circuit wiring and outlets and still keep the lighting circuit in tack? How to Fix Old Electrical Wiring Problems: Guide for Repairing Old Wiring, Upgrading Knob and Tube Wiring and a Fuse Box


How to Identify Old Home Wiring Problems

by Dave Rongey

How to Work with Old Electrical Wiring: Repairing Old Electrical Wiring, Old Electrical Wiring Problems.


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.


Splicing Electrical Wires Safely

by Dave Rongey

How to Splice Electrical Wires: Electrical Wire Types and Approved Splicing Practices, Electrical Wire Size, Solid and Stranded Wire, Tin Coated Copper Wire


Causes of Electric Circuit Buzz or Crackle

by Dave Rongey

What is causing a buzz and crackle sound in the electric box? How to Locate the Cause of Electrical Circuit Buzz or Crackle, The Most Common Problems that Cause Electrical Circuit Buzz or Crackle and What Should Be Done.


Electrical Outlets with Power Problems

by Dave Rongey

How to Repair Electrical Outlets – Locating a Loose or Burnt Wire or Splice Connection – A burnt or loose connection is typically found in an outlet junction box or receptacle box where two or more cables and wires are spliced, or where the wires of the circuit are attached to an outlet.