What would you do if the breaker was the problem and it was the neutral?Harry said:Hi Haywire...
My guess is...
Either too much current at the neutral wire or a noisy breaker.
Try to single out the breaker before you do anything.
I take it, you're not an electrician,
"A few simple calls"Haywire said:Harry,
I'm currently attending Chattahoochee Technical College. So, no I'm not an electrician yet... but I'm learning alot.
Right now a friend of mine is allowing me to shadow him and do a few simple calls myself. He checks my work after I done. It does not pay well but I should not expect much since he is training me.
Thanks for the help.
What about situations where there is not a specific "How to" solve a given problem? For instance in existing construcion often times there is no specfic way to solve a problem due to many factors and issues created by the existing structure. In these cases you often times innovate and use the knowlege of code, materials and electricity to solve a problme in a unique way. This happnes often with jobs that fall under Chapter 7 and 8 of the NEC.Thank You
Even over the years the "Can Do" sprit that was drilled into me still survives. In order to “Can Do” you still need to know “How To”.
Here is a question for all of you out there. Do you really try to pass on what you know to others who are less experienced and willing to learn?
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