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
I have an old countertop oven plugged into a three pronged heavy duty extension cord . I received a new oven for Christmas . My problem is the old ovens plug is stuck... See more
I have been unplugging a few things...ex. washer, vcr, microwave and a couple more when not in use to try and save a few pennies. Dear Hubs feels it is not saving an... See more
Hi, i'm looking for some electrical advice. I have installed lots of lights anf switches, but i haven't added any new appliances or outlets to an existing room setup.... See more
I have one outlet in my bathroom and would like to add another.can I somehow use the existing outlet and connect off it?
My Camera Flash Lite Canon Model 299T Not Working, Battery Fully Charged But no Light, What is the Problem.
I have a haunted outside light over my shed door! Comes on and off whenever it pleases regardless off switch position. flipping switch only dims light?
Any body have any tips on how to fix this?
A new lightbulb, in track lighting, it didn’t get threaded correctly and I can’t get it out. I’ve tried tape to get a better grip and it didn’t work
I put in a stone wall and now I can't figure out how to do the electric outlets. See pic
Can I wire the subpanel to the large clips on the bottom of the main breaker or is it best to install a double breaker on the main and then wire to the subpanel?
I can't remove the trac because I have cathedral ceilings and do not want to have to repaint the whole wall. It is the original track lights with 5 or 6 lights. Nee... See more
I have two switches on faceplate. But one of them operates opposite to the other. The photo shows their off position. Guest keep flipping them to get it right. Any s... See more
The lampshade shredded! The frame is good, how do I recover it and what do I use??? It is a formal lamp.
A condo seller says that the maintenance fee covers the air conditioning, but elsewhere it says that the owner has to pay the electricity to run the blower. I'm assum... See more
Garage has two 8' long fluorescent lighting fixtures. one side works great, the other side gets dull FAST.... I keep replacing bulbs and almost bought 2 new fixtures ... See more
I have those old round light bulb light fixtures in my bathrooms. (Like the ones in acting makeup dressing rooms?) UGH! I can't remove them, so does anyone have any i... 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