wiring

budlightAugust 24, 2008

2 outlets on the same wall stop working, but do not throw a breaker, then start working again. Is this a short or something i should worry about?

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HandyMac

Yes, sure sign of a loose connection. Loose connections can spark when the circuit is energised----possibly causing a fire.

The loose connection will be between the breaker box and the first problem outlet. If you do not have the expereince or knowlege to look/fix, get an electricial or qualified handyperson to fix it.

    Bookmark   August 24, 2008 at 9:22AM
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