I have been noticing that the lights in my bathroom keep getting
dimmer every night. My electric razor also is running slower, as well
as the bathroom exhaust fan. This indicates to me that the wires are
getting clogged. Do they make a plunger or snake to clean them out?
Where do I buy one? Where is the best place to do the plunging or
snaking from? Do I just do it from the light or outlet, or should I
removed the fixture and outlets. One last thing, should I snake it
all the way back to the breaker box, or just until I hit the clog and
the lights get bright again?
Oops, UI almost forgot to ask. Do they make different size wire
snakes depending on whether I got #12 or #14 wire? Or is it determined
by the size of the breaker?
well what works for me is follow these steps....
the snake for #12 wire is different than #14 and shouldn't be confused...
it can cause serious damage to the snake.
#12 wire takes a rattlesnake it can be eastern or western rattler
but not a pymgy and the #14 takes the very rare coral snake
it is often difficult to hold the snake . . . . . .
I find that discharging a large Tesla Coil through the clogged wire will
clear out any clog in the world. Be carefull though, sometimes the Tesla
coil can actualy rupture the wire, and then all the electricity runs out on
the floor.... Makes a big mess, especially if you don't have a good magnet
to pick up all th electrons. Monopoles (+) work best, but are very
expensive, so I usually just use a plain old di-pole to celan up spills...
I've got one of the expanding garden hose tip things with
the bladder that blows up. I just put it on the garden hose,
plug it into the socket, and run it at full water for half
an hour. Works like a champ. No epensive electrician
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