I have a wall in my house that is obviously overloaded as the fuse is
known to blow (maybe once every 3 months of so).
I was cleaning my stove today with a steam-type cleaner and the fuse
seemed to blow on that wall. However, when I reset the fuse, nothing
came back on. I tried switching it out with another fuse that I knew
was good, and still no luck.
It is only the outlets on that fuse that aren't working. Any ideas as
to what could have gone wrong? I'm wondering if I somehow blew a fuse
on the stove itself and that is shutting down the circuit (it's on the
plug the further from the fuse box).
I know nothing about such things, so please be gentle ;) Unless there
is an easy fix to try, I'll be calling in an electrician.
Thanks for any suggestions.