Q: Which Class/type of ground fault circuit interrupter are required for receptacles installed outdoors and within 2.5 m of finished grade? Go HERE to join the discussion
Have you ever been called to fix the work of a ‘handyman’? “Was supposedly done by a”certified ‘ electrician….told the homeowner that he got a $266 permit….no record at TSBC. Can you count the deficiencies?” “There is a second panel change in the triplex also…….even more deficiencies. Think the guy was a glorified handyman….
This CECD member had a water line leak into a subpanel… “I wanted to watch cartoon Saturday morning but I guess I will change this.” Go HERE to join the discussion
This is a post from CECD member Yaroslav ON Energy. “Just did 100 amp to 200 amp upgrade and once we turned lights started to flickering. Voltage was 105 V and 150V with load and ground carried 5 amp current. Without load voltage was perfect 125V and 125 V, we had to turn main…
One CECD group memeber recently posed a quick code question regarding some new arc fault requirements and powering a hallway receptical with a bedroom receptical. Go HERE to join the discussion
Do you ever re-purpose these for anything interesting? Grab a photo and send it in! Would love to see some cool DIY projects. Go HERE to join the discussion
This is from a walled off section of a century home basement that had its electrical upgraded previously. Have you come across something like this? How do you address approach it? Go HERE to join the discussion
What do you recommend to your customers on using outlet extenders? Go HERE to join the discussion
Update from a previous post… local electrician sorted out this ground wire issue. How did they do? Go HERE to join the discussion
Have you ever laid conduit and come back the next day to find it filled with water? What are your best practices for clearing it out? Go HERE to join the discussion
Ever come across the old knob and tube trick to romex? At some point the electrical was to be upgraded but someone just put the sheath from romex over the old knob and tube. Good reason to hire a licensed electrical contractor! Go HERE to join the discussion.
This is from a house in Ontario… two grounding wires that have been connected on a residential panel. How would you approach upgrading it? Go HERE to join the disscussion.
A recently purchase house needs a panel upgrade but fuses aren’t labeled. How would you approach figuring out where the electrical lines go? Go HERE to join the discussion.