Hard to answer questions due to hidden electrical wiring problems do require scheduling a service call with a Licensed Electrician
Hidden electrical wiring problems could potentially be a severe wiring problem. If you have what you think is a hidden wiring problem and you feel it may be the cause of another electrical issue, call a licensed electrician. If you have doubts you need a Licensed electrician read on.
Example questions property owners have when dealing with potential hidden electrical wiring problems.
Question: How do i replace a light fixture in older home that had the light fixture attached to the medicine cabinet. the light fixture is controlled by the wall plate switch and by a push button switch on the fixture?
Question: My electrical dimmer switch is out tester says no electric at switch breaker did not trip other lights on same line still on?
Question: What is the problem if you remove all the neutral wires in a 3 phase 208v/120v electrical panel and some of the lights still work and the lights are all connected by steel conduit?
Question: Whats the minimum size 4 in panel box with two single pole toggle switches . there’s gonna be 8 #12 copper conductors, and 2 # 12 copper equipment grounding conductors entering the box?
Question: Current pull chain on ceiling light broken can i use a outlet socket adapter with pull chain?
- Question: Does the NEC let you extend service entrance for sub panels by splicing with split bolts?
If you have a question about a hidden electrical problem do not go to the internet. You need a personal visit from a professional. These types of questions are questions people ask when they are leaning to fix their electrical problem themselves. This is a very slippery slope. These questions are only a few of many examples of questions customers have before deciding to call a licensed electrician. In my experiences some of these questions are signs of a potentially extensive hidden electrical problem. Unusual electrical wiring problems are usually worse than a normal problem and need a professional look. If you are asking yourself any of these questions and think all you need to do is ask someone a few questions to get your problem fixed, take a serious look around and ask yourself if it is worth it. And if you have a question that sounds similar or wiring issue that completely baffles you call a professional. I do not suggest trying to take care of it yourself.
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