It seems to me that outlets were probably made with two places to plug something in for a reason, but I know zilch about this kind of thing. I've just moved my comput... See more
Hi guys. Well I am trying to do this chandeliers. Please tell me someone has a solution. All the projects I have been trying to do have ended in I cant finish due to ... See more
A light bulb blew up in my kitchen fixture. It only has the wired and the "screw part" left. How can I remove this?Thank you!
Is there a secret? The wire in the 30 yr old house I just purchased is so thick, it's really hard to handle. They are around the post and it's hard to get off and g... See more
The light in my kitchen is controlled by 2 different switches. One at either end of my kitchen. My research tells me it is a 3-way or single pole double throw (SPD... See more
I have an older house built in 1928! I think the big bedroom was once the living room. Okay to my question. I have to find a way to add a ceiling light. I have 3 room... See more
I have 4 lamps that the switctches all quit working. The switches are all on the lamp, not on a switch on the lamp cord. They just turn and turn and do not turn the l... See more
i experienced this situation first on my home stereo when i added more speakers and power,the louder i put the system on the louder the buzz noise, but now i have the... See more
What is the cost from changing electric to gas from range/stove? Who performs this type of work?
Just bought a sauna and instructions say to unplug after each use but my outlet is behind a chest of drawers. Outlet bar or surge protector violates warranty. Any sug... See more
Is it safe electrically to put a plastic grocery bag in a shredder to make it easier when emptying? I don't want to start a fire because it's plastic and plugged in?... See more
the bulb popped out and fell on the floor but the top, the part you screw in, stayed in the light fixture. I cannot figure out how to get it out and I cannot put in ... See more
on a wall that had an electrical outlet on it. At the time, it was easier than moving it and I didn't think I'd need the outlet. But now I'd really like one on that w... See more
I read somewhere, how to prevent drop cord plugs from getting wet outdoors, while camping. Could someone tell me how that was done? Thanks!
I have several Solar figures that have STOPPED working. Is there any way I can rejuvenate them to work again?
I have a home built in 2006, the main panel does not seem to have a main breaker...? See attached pic of the main panel. It's a Siemens G3040 200 amp panel. Outs... See more
I broke the glass that covered my fixture and, of course, cannot replace it. I need some ideas to keep the fixture, but to have fun by changing the look. I love maso... See more
I bought a lava lamp that had the bubble in it but when I got home with it the bubble was gone. I turned it on thinking if I heated it the bubble would start rising a... See more
We have an earth shelter and would like to add lighting. Our ceilings are span crete and we wonder if we dare to make holes to put can lights in? Or would that weaken... See more
A whole batch of lights and outlets in one area of the house won't work. Please tell me we don't need extensive wiring work!!!!
While trying to remove our burnt out light bulb in our yard light fixture, the bulb broke and is still in the socket. How do we remove this without getting cut?
I have removed our ceiling fan which is controlled by a light switch. I am replacing the unit with a basic light fixture. Here is what I have...3 capped black wires, ... See more
I plan to retrofit cans or replace incandescent bulbs in my 25 recessed light fixtures throughout the house.
This is for two reasons: first, because of the cost of running incandescent and second, because of the air migration through non-airtight (and non-IC-rated) existing ... See more