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Power in shed keeps going out

Trisha_shelling27's Avatar (by Gravatar) by Trisha_shelling27 in  Energy » Electrical » Wiring 

My sheds power is some how connected to my garage outlet and almost constantly goes out during storms and when you try to  ... read more »

Low voltage lighting

Mfratt's Avatar (by Gravatar) by Mfratt in  Energy » Electrical » Wiring 

Okay so last year I wired twelve 1.2watt hardscape lights on a 60watt 12v transformer. The run is approximately 100 feet  ... read more »

MINI SPLIT supply

DDS's Avatar (by Gravatar) by DDS in  Energy » Electrical » Wiring 

I recently bought a 18 000btu mini split unit. Compressor load is 12.3A minimum ampacity is 18A and max fuse is 25A. My  ... read more »

New sockets

socketandplugs's Avatar (by Gravatar) by socketandplugs in  Energy » Electrical » Wiring 

Hello I want to add more sockets in a bedroom and notice on the existing socket there are two sets of cabling going into  ... read more »

Where to earth Type 90 Anglepoise Lamp

Anonymous's Avatar (by Gravatar) by Anonymous in  Energy » Electrical » Wiring 

I hope you can help I am rewiring my type 90 anglepoise lamp using a new plastic lamp holder new switch and new 3 cord  ... read more »

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other ways to run electric over concrete with out busting it up

Anonymous's Avatar (by Gravatar) by Anonymous in  Energy » Electrical » Wiring 

i want an electric or solar sliding gate but in order to get electric there i have to bust up concrete or find another way  ... read more »

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Turning stove on high resets breaker -- but it goes out again randomly. Why?

Steve R's Avatar (by Gravatar) by Steve R in  Energy » Electrical » Wiring 

Our house (built 1913 but my guess is rewired in 1950s) has the usual 110-220 service. Seemingly randomly the even-numbered  ... read more »

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