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  • #31
    I have an electric personality

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    • #32
      Originally posted by coombse View Post
      check and make sure your main feeds are secure into the breaker box. I had the issue you describe and one of the lines in wasnt tightened all the way. It fucked up lots of shit and caused breakers to trip when 220 was running through 110 wires causing shit to burn up. Included garage door openers, lights, etc.
      Loose neutral.

      I've known a few electricians to do that to someone when pissed. It'll fuck up any 120v device that's plugged in at the time.

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      • #33
        I am an electrician on aircraft, not a house i know but electrical theory is still the same no matter where your applying it. And most of you are morons. You don't cut wires off cause u think they're not necessary, and rodent damage is unlikely cause your wiring should be inside metal sleeving. And there's no such thing as "neutral" in electrical wiring, your thinking of a ground, which is necessary to complete any circuit. Which is why your asshole friends fuck up people's things by not attaching it properly, cause electricity will find its way to ground one way or another.

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        • #34
          Originally posted by Mavrik25 View Post
          I am an electrician on aircraft, not a house i know but electrical theory is still the same no matter where your applying it. And most of you are morons. You don't cut wires off cause u think they're not necessary, and rodent damage is unlikely cause your wiring should be inside metal sleeving. And there's no such thing as "neutral" in electrical wiring, your thinking of a ground, which is necessary to complete any circuit. Which is why your asshole friends fuck up people's things by not attaching it properly, cause electricity will find its way to ground one way or another.
          Maybe things are very, very different in the US, but household wiring rarely has a metal sleeve and always has a neutral.

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          • #35
            I'm neutral on this subject

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            • #36
              the New Chevy Volt has a neutral. Mavrik is clearly wrong.

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              • #37
                Originally posted by Mavrik25 View Post
                I am an electrician on aircraft, not a house i know but electrical theory is still the same no matter where your applying it. And most of you are morons. You don't cut wires off cause u think they're not necessary, and rodent damage is unlikely cause your wiring should be inside metal sleeving. And there's no such thing as "neutral" in electrical wiring, your thinking of a ground, which is necessary to complete any circuit. Which is why your asshole friends fuck up people's things by not attaching it properly, cause electricity will find its way to ground one way or another.
                Yeah Mav, we'll call on you when we need help with aircraft wiring. There is a "neutral" in home wiring:



                Electrically, it is no different than ground. It is actually the centertap of a 3-phase transformer.

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                • #38
                  Originally posted by Mavrik25 View Post
                  I am an electrician on aircraft, not a house i know but electrical theory is still the same no matter where your applying it. And most of you are morons. You don't cut wires off cause u think they're not necessary, and rodent damage is unlikely cause your wiring should be inside metal sleeving. And there's no such thing as "neutral" in electrical wiring, your thinking of a ground, which is necessary to complete any circuit. Which is why your asshole friends fuck up people's things by not attaching it properly, cause electricity will find its way to ground one way or another.
                  It's ironic that this is the most retarded post in this whole thread.

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                  • #39
                    Originally posted by WooHooGuy View Post
                    Try to isolate the circuit by removing everything on it...lamps, lightbulbs, anything plugged in. Make sure no appliances or a hard wired device is on the circuit and see if it trips again. If it does I would suspect HURRR DURRR-HURRR DURRR-HURRR DURRR- a faulty gfci and if there are none on the circuit then a loose wire or rodent damage you will have to Chase down.
                    Of course you knew the answer.

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                    • #40
                      the red wire,the orange,the purple and blue,2 electricians aren't enough,ya gonna need 2.

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                      • #41
                        Originally posted by AnalHamster View Post
                        Maybe things are very, very different in the US, but household wiring rarely has a metal sleeve and always has a neutral.
                        This may be true of the houses on the ground in the US, but the flying houses have no neutrals and there's always metal sleeves.

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                        • #42
                          Originally posted by Flew View Post
                          Yeah Mav, we'll call on you when we need help with aircraft wiring. There is a "neutral" in home wiring:



                          Electrically, it is no different than ground. It is actually the centertap of a 3-phase wye transformer.
                          ftfy

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                          • #43
                            kill yourself fool

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                            • #44
                              I would tell you what's wrong, but no one ever listens to me.

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                              • #45
                                Alright Howie. I'm here now.

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