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If new and will not start, take back and exchange!!!!!

Electric... | Answered on Sep 09, 2017

this is a link to the wiring diagram, hope this helps, glad to help you more txt 865-888-1220


Electric... | Answered on Jul 06, 2017

You may have a loose wire on a receptacle or a bad circuit breaker. You should shut the circuit off and have it examined by a licensed electrician.

Electric... | Answered on May 03, 2017

The wide blade is neutral (typically silver) the narrower one is Phase (copper colored), Green is earth, connected to chassis. If that is correct check for a broken neutral wire.

Electric... | Answered on Jan 01, 2017

More information is needed. What does the manual say you need? With out the necessary details needed to help I would assume it is 220V. Run a 4 conductor cable. It would have two phases (115 to neutral each) a neutral wire, and a earth wire which is connected to the cabinet. If this is confusing you best get an electrician to do it for you. If you mess up you could cause your facility to go up in smoke.

Electric... | Answered on Dec 31, 2016

There is no simple answer. Too many questions unanswered. Where is the feed? Where is the point?(switched wire going to fixture), is it a dimmer or a 3-way switch? etc....Hire an electrician or a good handyman.

Electric... | Answered on Jul 26, 2016

The circuit breaker is in your home somewhere, usually in the basement in a box fixed to the wall. There are no breakers in the stove itself. You call it a 'cooker', so if you are in the uk the breaker will be under the stairs or in the garage.

Electric... | Answered on Dec 17, 2015

Seems that way. Sometimes circuit breakers will age and just pop without cause. Of course, if you have some short inside that will be responsible for the breaker opening as intended.

Electric... | Answered on Jul 19, 2015


Electric... | Answered on Jul 15, 2015

A loop is any closed path in a circuit

Electric... | Answered on May 18, 2015

With 2, 3 and 4 switches.

Be aware you need 2 W switches The K switches are different.
For you the two wires running between the switches, go on the same points. on the W1 the power comes in on W2 the power goes to the lamp. From the lamp, the return goes to the mains. So the return is not in the picture.
You can't extend an existing switch with a second one. You need two new complete different switches.

Electric... | Answered on Mar 17, 2015

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