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Warning: Always turn off the circuit breaker
or remove the fuse on the place you are working. Use a
multi-meter to check the hot wire before you do any work
Electrical repairs on this site are some
simple things that many homeowners can do on their own.
Getting a good set of home repair books is very helpful.
Alway read the directions when installing any new light
fixture or ceiling fan.
Many older homes have fuse
boxes. Always keep a good supply of all kinds of fuses
that your home uses. Be sure and turn off the main
breaker fuse before changing fuses.
stove, air conditioner, furnace, and dryer are on 220
circuits, and the fuses are marked 40 or 50 amp. Lights
and recepticles are usually on 110 circuits and are 15
and 20 amp fuses.
Never place a fuse of higher
amperage into a ciruit. A 40 amp fuse in 15 amp socket
is a recipe for disaster. Again, if you do not know what
you are doing, call an electrician.
These are simple to
operate. When a fuse blows, the breaker moves to the
right or the middle. To reset, turn switch all the way
to the right, and then back to the left. If it blows
again, go unplug everything on the circuit, and see what
the problem might be. Call an electrcian if you need
Installing a ceiling fan can be very
frustrating. Always make sure the circuit breaker
or fuse is removed before you begin. Check with a
multi-meter to make sure the wire is not hot.
Purchasing a cheap fan will cost you more
in the long run. Wobbly fans with weak motors are
a waste of time and money.
Hunter Fans and
other name brand fans will usually last the life
of your home.
You should check to see if
there is proper bracing for the installation of
the fan. If the attic is accessable above the fan,
you can add wood bracing or purchase metal bracing
from a home improvement store.
If your fan
is going on a first floor location, you might have
to remove the sheet rock and plaster board to give
your fan a good foundation. Installing a fan on a
electrical box that is not securely fastened will
give you a lot of trouble down the road.
When purchasing a fan, I look for one that
is easy to install. If the fan sits in a round
recepticle, that allows the fan to be placed in
the recepticle while you wire it, that is the
easiest kind of installation. Holding a fan in the
air while you try and wire it, requires more than
Wiring a fan with a light kit
is a little more tricky. Be sure and read the
directions. If you have a black wire, (hot wire),
a white wire (neutral) and a bare copy wire
(ground), you should have a pretty simple
installation. If there is a red wire in the box,
it is usally a hot wire going directly to the
switch. Be sure and consult an electrician if you
do not know what you are doing.
the screws on the fan blades is critical. This
should be done at least twice a year, to keep fan
I cannot emphasize how important it is to be
careful. Always test the circuit with a multi-meter before working
on it. Always have someone else nearby in case of an accident.
Always remember that if you are shocked, and someone else
touches you, then they will get shocked also. Make sure the person
with you knows how to turn off the circuit breaker or the fuse box.
If you are too ugly for mouth to mouth resuscitation, be
very careful. That person watching you get shocked will just watch