Electrical problems in my mobile home
In the past few years I wondered if I had an issue because the home had settled so much and probably needed to be re-leveled. Our home is quite a large mobile home and over time we could see the little signs. Water from a spilt glass running across a counter top and so on. I also noticed within a few years that in the far bedroom at end of the home and in the master bathroom at the other end, both light switches had issues. Neither one would turn on with out wiggling them around.
I am still trying to save for the cost of re-leveling, but now how this electrical issue. But my question is can they be related? I know that mobile homes systems are basically one sided when it comes to plummbing (kitchen, bathrooms, and all water requiring rooms are on one side). But the electrical and heating units are on both side, and are joined together when the two sides of the home are joined. But how are they joined? By plugging the two sides together under the house? Could they be pulling apart?
Or could this be from the electrical circuit box? I checked them all, turned them off, then on again. Everything is back on, and yet those switches and that one plug still won't work. Could it be a circuit in the box is dead? Either way, I would like some advice BEFORE I call out an electrician cause I don't know what is going on, and don't want to be ripped off.
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