You have a loose connection in your grounded service conductor (main
neutral wire) or feeder. It could be at the main panel, a subpanel
feeding both circuits, the meter, or at the pole. (or anywhere else the
service conductors are spliced.) This is potentially quite dangerous.
You have one or more loose neutral (sometimes called ground it is should
be the white wire) connections. You need to have this corrected at once.
It can be dangerous and it can damage equipment. If you don't know what you
are doing, call the pro. This is not the thing to learn about home wiring
When my boiler kicks on the lights in the kitchen and the recessed lights in
the living room momentarily get brighter. The lights in both rooms are on
the same circuit but the boiler is on a separate dedicated circuit. I've got
a 200 amp service with practically no load on it. Any ideas??
As you were told the last time you posted this question, you have a loose
connection on the neutral wire. This is potentially a *very* dangerous
condition. You should have your utility company out *immediately* to check the
connections between the pole and your meter; if they say all that is OK, call
an electrician *immediately* to have the rest of the wiring checked.
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