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How to Identify the Cause of Lost Power to the House: Indications of a Potentially Serious Electrical Problem – Problems such as this may include damage to the internal electrical panel and possibly the electrical wiring and components.
Identifying the Cause of Partial Electrical Power
[ad#block]Home Electrical Question: Why does my friends electricity shuts off some times and none of the beakers have tripped off?
- In order to get it to come back on he turns the oven on, if he turns it back off the electricity will go off.
- I have looked at the electrical wiring and it is a dedicated circuit going to the oven so I am at a loss.
- Can you think of what might be the problem.
This Electrical Troubleshooting Question came from: Dominic, a Other from Phoenix Arizona.
Thanks for your Electrical Repair Question Dominic.
How to Identify the Cause of Lost Power to the House
Skill Level: Advanced. A Licensed Electrical Contractor should be consulted right away.
Tools Required: Basic Electricians Pouch Hand Tools, Ammeter and Voltage Tester.
Estimated Time: Depends on age of the home, the condition of the electrical system and available access to electrical components.
Precaution: Electrical troubleshooting of this level is best performed by a licensed electrical contractor who will identify the problem and make the necessary repairs.
Indications of a Potentially Serious Electrical Problem
- This is typically an indication that the electrical service has lost one leg of the power.
- The 240 volt electric oven simply back feeds the lost power leg with limited power through the oven heating element.
- The location of the problem will need to be identified by a qualified electrical contractor.
- Voltage tests, inspections, and the required repairs will then need to performed.
- Problems such as this may include damage to the internal electrical panel and possibly the electrical wiring and components.
Related Electrical Repair Question:
- The electrical power went out to half of the house.
- The house is wired with fuses and circuit breakers. We changed out all the all fuses.
- Now when you turn the stove ON the power is restored to the section of the house that was without power.
This home electrical repairs question came from: Michele, from Claymont, Delaware.
How to Identify the Cause of Lost Power
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Wiring Options for a Kitchen Oven
- Fully Described Kitchen Electric Oven Installation with a typical 220 Volt electric circuit.
- You may find yourself with either a 3-wire or 4-wire electric oven.
- Lets look at how the electric oven is wired and the possible solutions if your circuit does not seem to the same.
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