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Distribution and use of electricity throughout the home. Electrical standards vary greatly worldwide, so providing your location in your question or your profile helps ensure you get answers that are relevant to you. Posting photographs of wiring junctions or drawing a wiring diagram and posting it is also highly recommended.

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I'll first put my disclaimer out there and say I'm not an electrician. First, pictures are worth a thousand safety tips. Can you add some pictures of the existing panel(s)? Adding a run has it's chal …
answered Mar 31 by brehma
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lights. Upon verifying, and since you've capped the line off at each outlet's junction box, I would likely cut the wire just long enough to cap it with a wire nut and wrap it in electrical tape. This …
answered Apr 12 by brehma
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Before answering, I'll give a couple things to consider. Regardless of butt splicing or soldering, it will affect the how the wires bend and cause further issues if you are unable to mitigate what I w …
answered Apr 29 by brehma
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the incoming service is grounded to the box. My final piece of advice... I remember being told the #1 cause for home electrical fires is the screws are not tight enough! Be sure to tighten them down! I hope all that makes sense and didn't confuse you any further. …
answered Mar 29 by brehma