In this video, Terry Peterman, the Internet Electrician, with help from his assistant, Congressman Weiner demonstrates just how effective GFCI protection is in minimizing the implications of an electric shock. Then we see the dramatic results when Mr. Weiner comes in contact with 120V on a regular 15A circuit. Also shown is how without any leakage to ground, a GFCI circuit can still do some major damage if the current path stays between the hot and the neutral. Watch it now!
My circuit breaker won’t reset. What is the problem? What can I check for? This is one of the most common issues that can happen within the home’s electrical system.
Here is a question from a site visitor that experienced extensive damage to many of his electrical appliances while un-plugging the unit from the supply.
Here is a question from a site visitor regarding a melted adapter plug for his R.V. supply cord. Question: The other day I went out
Here is another question that came to me from a website visitor, but before I answer the question, I have to set the record straight
Overloaded circuits in an older home can be an issue and is not uncommon with today’s demands for power. This article explores options for solving overloaded circuits in an older home.