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This should be 110v so you will have black wires, white wires and ground wires. The grounds wires both go to the ground bar, the whites wires both go to the nuetral bar, or can be wire nutted together, the black incoming (feed) wire goes to the buss bar that the breaker plugs into and the black going to the furnace goes into the breaker lug.

Electric Circuit... | Answered on Nov 15, 2009


The 2 silver stops with thumb screw are the stop & start indicators. Loosen thumb screws adjust start & stop times. Tighten.

Electric... | Answered on Nov 04, 2009


#1 cause is a bad lamp,try changing that 1st, 2nd if they are two lamp fixtues you ballast could be going bad/or is. Another solution could be you have a loose common/neutral which is normally the white wire @ the light itself of if it is junctioned @ your switch. I would check those items befor spending the money for a new switch. hope this helps.

Electric... | Answered on Oct 03, 2009


Have you switched off all switches at the pool filter or anywhere else that breaker supplies downstream? That needs to be done before you reset the breaker... Then you turn on each appliance (if more than one) in order and check which is tripping the breaker... That appliance is faulty and needs to be fixed... If everything is off downstream of the breaker and it keeps tripping itself, I would get an electrician to look at it as it could be very dangerous to investigate further yourself. You could try another breaker switch, but be sure that the mains power to your premises is switched off to isolate the breaker box before you remove any breakers.

Electric Circuit... | Answered on Jun 15, 2009


Unless the power is fed into the light fixture in the room below, you'll need to pull a wire from an outlet or from the panelboard. If this is all finished space, you may wish to call an licensed electrician to do this work for you. They have specialized tools that they can use to route the new lines with minimal damage to your existing finished walls. It will cost a bit, but will probably save you money in the long run since less finish repair work will be needed.

Electric... | Answered on May 24, 2009


common megane fault im afraid the water gets down by rubber and lands directly onto motor. great french design. new one im afraid and try to place something over motor bit of plastic to let water drip away. parts handy got on line. look up megane window motor and see results on google. about 65 sterling. regards mike autosolutions.ie

Electric Door... | Answered on Mar 26, 2009


Hello, You can try re-terminating the connector with a crimp on style connector. Just make sure the wire going to the element is in good shape. If the calrod heater element has shorted out it may burn the at the connection again. If not, you have fixed it! Good luck...gary

Electric Circuit... | Answered on Mar 13, 2009


YOU COULD REMOVE THE ELEMENTS KILLING POWER FIRST AND TAKE THEM TO THE HEATING AND COOLING SUPPLIER NEAR YOU SEE IF THEY CAN CROSS IT WITH ONE THAT WILL BOLT UP OF EQUAL WATTAGE , AS FAR AS THE 72 COLEMAN THE TECH IS MOST LIKELY CORRECT .

Electric Circuit... | Answered on Mar 13, 2009


I am assuming you are talking about a Natural Gas or LP furnace. The blower motor is powered by a separate 120 volt circuit, so flipping the 240 volt breaker for the furnace will not shut it off. There should be a regular light switch at the furnace that will turn off the blower for servicing the unit. When you take the cover off the unit, there should be instructions on how to re-set the igniter. If it won't re-set, try shutting off the gas for a few minutes, then turn it back on and then reset. If none of this works, and you can't find the owners manual, call a service technician.

Electric Circuit... | Answered on Mar 13, 2009


the corroded surface is causing arcing wich is inturn heating up the whole works,REPLACE WITH PROPER BREAKER AND BOX AS THIS IS A FIRE HAZARD!

Electric Circuit... | Answered on Mar 01, 2009


NORDYNE , GOODMAN, AND NUTONE ARE ALL BUILT BY SAME MFG SO IF YOU TRY ALL THESE MAYBE YOU CAN FIND THE HELP YOU NEED

Electric Circuit... | Answered on Jan 12, 2009


you should have a 3- conductor # 6-3 copper wire running to this 60 amp breaker @ the furnace to the panel if this is not the case you should replace this with a # 6 as of now as it is a fire hazard as it is and needs to be fixed at once , # 10 -2 wire is only good for 30 amps and a 60 amp breaker will not trip under fault condition and you could have a fire , if you need further assistance on this let me know and i will try to help

Electric Circuit... | Answered on Jan 10, 2009


You Need to Test with a electric tester and Identify a Hot and a nuetral in t the Box. If you find them that is what you need AT LT.If you are missing either you will have to add it. 3W switches can be installed numerous ways.If you have More info let me know.
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Electric Door... | Answered on Jan 04, 2009


Put one wire from switch to black wiring coming in and the other to the black going to the ballast.
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Electric Door... | Answered on Jan 04, 2009


Insure the motor wires are hooked to the line in and nuetral posts of the timer. If they are and the timer can be triggered manually then the motor is burned out. If the timer cannot be triggered manually check the breakers at your electrcal panel to see if the one of them may be tripped that supplies the power to the timer.

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Electric... | Answered on Dec 04, 2008


check the breaker first. if it is not off or tripped then the starter button could have gone out.

Electric... | Answered on Dec 01, 2008


START WITH THE THERMOSTAT ,MAKE SURE YOU HAVE POWER COMING AND GOING BACK TO THE UNIT .COULD HAVE BAD T-STAT OR BROKEN T-STAT WIRE.

Electric Circuit... | Answered on Nov 26, 2008


If you are not familiar with electrical wiring, I would suggest an electrician. NEVER TRUST COLORS! Most of the time, white goes with white, black with black, red with red, and bare to bare. But depending upon whether this is a 110 or 220 they could be mixed up depending upon how the feed wire is wired at the box. Hope this helps! c

Electric Circuit... | Answered on Oct 08, 2008

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