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How to Troubleshoot Electrical Problems?
You can do some homework yourself to help determine what might be the problem with your electricity. We do not advise that you take any of the steps that our electricians would do - do not remove any screws or electrical covers or touch anything that might shock you.
The information provided here is for
NEVER WORK OR TEST
ELECTRICAL ALONE - ALWAYS HAVE
What we do first:
Determine the existence of a problem.
We discuss with our client the issue they are having and verify the problem as they see it. Many times what appears to be a problem is an effect of something further up the line. Verify that the problem is just a component or a wiring issue. Knowledge of how the house was built and construction standards of the time are a must.
Figure out the section of the house wiring system or parts affected with the problem.
We ask if the electrical problem encompass more than one light fixture or a single appliance or outlet.
If only one light fixture or a single appliance is not working, it is possible that the problem is not an electrical issue.
Every worker MUST understand the requirements of electrical wiring systems and the fundamentals of building construction to be able to properly troubleshoot a house electrical problem.
Too many little things can cause big problems if not done just right - please donít risk your life or the lives of your loved ones.
The information provided here is for transparency for our clients to have a better understanding of what the minimal work requirements might be.
Any home electrical wiring troubleshooting project MUST be performed carefully and correctly by trained and qualified persons. In California this requires an electrical license.
Fire, smoke and electrical shocks are common side-effects of handy persons or DIY jobs.
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Additional information available from The American Society of Home Inspectors (ASHI).
And the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors, Inc. (InterNACHI).
Also see the Directory of Electrical Wiring Repairs.
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