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Most water heaters upon initial start-up can take several hours to heat the tank water to the setting on the thermostat. Also, if the setting is not at the hottest temperature and it is a large tank 12 hours isn't unreasonable. You should also be awa
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What is the SnapRays Guidelight?The SnapRays Guidelight is a plug-and-play replacement for the standard plug-in night lights and hardwired guide lights found on the market today; it installs within seconds and requires no wires or batteries. Designed
[I]s it possible for power surges to inflict partial damage on electrical devices? What you refer to as a power surge will most likely be a voltage spike, i. e. short but significant increase in the line voltage
Yes, If you Google "Smart outlets" and similar phrases you will find outlet replacement products that can be used to monitor the power usage of individual outlets. With the {proprietary product name}, controlling and monitoring the power usage in you
An electrical conductor, usually in the form of a metal piece, is used to connect two or more circuits in a panel or fuse box also is known as an electrical bus bar. Bus bars may be surrounded by insulation or is supported on insulators. They are som
1 Turn off power supply to the electrical panel. Locate the Service Disconnect or Main circuit breaker in the panel, and set to the "Off" position. This circuit breaker is likely to be the largest value and located either at the top or bottom of the
Whether or not the GFCI is the first as far as proximity from the panel, it would have to be the first if you want it to protect the other receptacles. However, since you're going the route of covering so many receptacles. I'd recommend just getting
The other answers here are all correct. It is never safe to assume anything especially when it comes to wiring. If you are scared or not mechanically inclined, do not attempt to mess with this