About a month ago I had my service interrupted - half the house lost power, one leg of breaker box had no power, then while trying to troubleshoot the issue I lost all power to both legs.
Completely rewired the house with brand new 100A service (was way overdue for updating).
Everything has run perfectly fine for the past 3 weeks. All of a sudden half of house lost power again and power was jumping from one leg back to the other, swapping controlling sides. Low voltage on one side and high voltage on the other leg.
Killed all power at the breaker and started one circuit at a time trying to diagnose the issue. Every time I would get to a certain load capacity it would drop to 5V on one leg and jump to 243V on the other leg.
Had an electrician come out to look today and I'm in no better shape then yesterday. He checked all the breaker box and only issue found was a faulty arc breaker. Had the electric company come out a month ago to check if it was an issue on their side but they stated no it is getting correct voltage, but all of this was checked without a load on it. I'm almost positive it's a neutral open but not sure where.
Drainage happens even if there is only 1 circuit on in the breaker box and put a load on it. Can opener drains voltage from 122 volt to 96 volts on every circuit tried without any other load than that. Need help and insight