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    Electrical Surges/Light dimming

    MDS, I usually just lurk, I am a retired electrician and spend most of my time these days on genealogy and such, but seeing that no one is jumping in on this I will give my two cents$

    It could be...
  2. mnalep, You have done a lot of work on this...

    mnalep, You have done a lot of work on this circuit, you have isolated the problem to the point that an electrician come come in and fix it with minimal expense.

    They will have access to any...
  3. mnalep, It is my understanding that you have...

    mnalep, It is my understanding that you have tested for voltage, checked your fixtures for good connections, checked continuity between neutral and ground, and then checked them all again and again....
  4. mnalep, Sorry for the interruption, neighbors...

    mnalep, Sorry for the interruption, neighbors stopped over and I didn't finish, they are gone now and it is late. I will make this as brief as possible.

    If your receptacles are wired correctly...
  5. Hi again, sounds like there are multiple...

    Hi again, sounds like there are multiple problems, but I stick by my earlier post, until you verify that all connections are correct and tight you will be guessing and so will I.

    Most voltage...
  6. You say the fuse is good, how good? You might...

    You say the fuse is good, how good? You might try to replace that first just to be sure.
  7. Your situation sounds interesting, A real...

    Your situation sounds interesting, A real learning experience.

    If all other circuits in the house are working properly, then you can assume that only the troubled circuit has a problem, or two.
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  8. Thread: Shared neutral

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    Hi all you DIY,ers Here is the problem with...

    Hi all you DIY,ers

    Here is the problem with a shared neutral: Virtually all current that exits a transformer will return to the transformer. There are only two ways that I know of that this...
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