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You might be overloading that particular circuit with too many appliances or devices working at the same time. Or, there could be a problem with your wiring or circuit breaker itself. If your outlet is not working, but the breaker is not tripped either, there might be an issue with your circuit breaker.
Tripped Circuit Breaker

If an outlet isn`t working, check your circuit breaker panel. The breaker that is tripped will appear to be between the `on` and `off` position. Flip the switch to off, then back to on. This will reset the circuit and potentially fix your broken outlet.

Getting Your Power Back by Calling an Electrician

You may replace the breaker and find it still isn`t resolved. This usually points to a wiring problem, in which case, it`s probably best to hand the job over to an electrician rather than risk making it much worse (and potentially hurting yourself in the process).

To find wires without any power one of the handiest tools is an electronic stud finder. Most stud finders are equipped to handle finding wooden studs in the wall, but some can also be used to find wires as well. To find out if a wire is live, you`ll also need a voltage detector.
Check for an overloaded circuit:

If your circuit breaker is overloaded, it will trip, won`t reset immediately, and after it has been cooled and reset, it will trip again. An overloaded circuit can be caused by too many heavy loads being plugged into the outlets on the same circuit.

There are two main reasons: The switch is off or not connected properly. The neutral wire taking power back to the fuse box is broken or not connected.
You can test the ground outlet by placing the black rod of the multimeter in the ground slot. Ensure the device is set to AC, and then put the red rod in the neutral slot. If there is a significant reading, it means the outlet is faulty or not grounded properly.
Try Multi-Lines, colorful extension cords (available in white, blue or pink) that stagger their outlets along the length of the cord, offering you three plugs in three different places for each one you plug in to the wall.
If the reset button won`t work, toggle the test and reset buttons. The best way to do this is to unplug all the appliances on that circuit. Then press the reset button; it should click and all appliances and devices should work once you plug them back in.
In the open circuit the current can not flow from one end of the power source to the other. Because of this there is no current flow, and therefore the light does not turn on.
An open circuit will not conduct electricity because either air, or some other insulator has stopped or broken the flow of current in the loop.
It is safe to reset a breaker only if it has been determined that the circuit was overloaded. Repeatedly resetting a breaker could result in an arc flash or a fire. If the cause is due to a short-circuit or a ground fault, a qualified electrician must be notified to investigate the problem.
In most cases, it takes just a few minutes to do. As long as there are no ongoing causes, an intermittent circuit breaker trip can be fixed in just a few minutes.
A digital multimeter is a valuable tool for troubleshooting electrical problems to check for loose connections, broken outlets, and dead outlets. It can be used to test for continuity, measure voltage and current, and test diodes on electrical outlets.
One of the easiest ways to know if a wire is live is to use a voltage tester or a current checker. These are simple devices that you can touch to any wire, and it will tell you if there is electricity running through it.
A ground impedance tester can identify a receptacle with a bootleg ground, but it can`t tell if the outlet has correct or reverse polarity. In Photo 3, the ground impedance tester is indicating a (F)alse bootleg ground, but the device can`t tell if the outlet has correct polarity or reverse polarity.
A `No Outlet` sign is used at the entrance to a road network from which there is no other exit, for example, when a small neighborhood composed of several streets has only one entrance on to an arterial street.”
You trip a circuit breaker by locating the electrical panel that houses the breakers and the specific breaker you are working with. Flip the switch to the “off” position; you will hear a click as you do this. What causes a breaker to trip?

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My swimming pool. I have just had my fifth IC 40 Intellichlor chlorine generator installed in 4 years at a cost of over $900 today. Each one has worked for no more than 8 months. The first three were replaces under three year warranty, the fourth by a factory rep and I bought the fifth today. The first three all failed with Flow Chk PCB error message. The fourth just stopped working on Sunday, no power or lights. A local Pentair warranty person, whom I paid a Service Call, unplugged the unit, opened the small power center cover, showed me the green light indicating that there was power, plugged in a new IC 40 which worked immediately (as did the other four). I asked if I should replace the power center and he said that it’s basically just a transformer and is working fine. We do get occasional power blips that make the clocks on microwaves, etc blink, but I thought that the power center essentially isolates the cell from these. I do have a Florida Power and Light surge protector on the electrical box that brings power into the house. I have now talked to the pool builder, two Pentair warranty repairmen and one factory rep. I am at a loss. They all tell me they have no idea why these units fail after less than a year. This last IC 40 was installed 3/24/2010, version 2.0 and now failed in less than 5 months. Should I replace the power center that the IC 40 plugs into. Any other suggestions. I have been told that this is the best chlorinator. I don’t want to keep replacing units. By the way, each unit had been spotless inside. I keep the water chemicals and salt levels at ideal levels. The units have never worked long enough to get dirty inside. The power center is connected to an Intellitouch control system outside with an indoor control panel. Last time I called Pentair North Carolina and got some smart alec tech person that had no suggestions. Please Help if you can.
ANSWER : I’ve had the same experiance. On my fifth one as well. Fail every year. No idea why.

Have a 2004 kawasaki 3010 desiel mule that has worked fine for years with regular maint. then yesterday we started it as usual with the glow plug lights indicator and it ran for a few minutes until we went to take of and it just died. period. we tried to check thing out and finally found a bad fuse in the glow plug fuse holder, changed it with the same size and it ran the rest of the time we needed it and then again today we started and ran it same as yesterday and it worked fine for about 30 to 45 minutes and will out in the field it just quite. i immediately started searching for signs of heat or melting of wire or other signs and found none. the fuse that goes into this circuit is a 5 amp and all i had was a 20 so i said lets see what happens. it immediately blow the fuse without any out ward sign of problems.??????
ANSWER : Replace the glow plugs one or more are shorted

I have a 1995 Viking Pop up camper. I blew a fuse repairing the outside light switch. After replacing the fuse, all lights, including inside are still not working. All power outlets work, just no lights.
ANSWER : I would double check the fuse then check for ground. It sounds as if you may have a ground disconnected since only the lights aren’t working. You can do this to check to see if it is a ground problem but your switch will have to have a grounding wire currently hooked up to it. You can take the green grounding wire and place it on the terminal where the white wire is connected. Once you turn on the power switch on the power to the lights and see if they work at this time. If so, You have a grounding problem. Good luck on your repairs


Hi recently i both headlights not working on my gsx750f 05 model seems to me there is no power going to the fuse i checked the bulbs and are ok could it be the relay that is not functioning?
ANSWER : Check the wire no power to fuse then check wires

No 110 volt outlet or lights works in 94 jayco 1406 except air conditioner. Beakers is on, Fuses changed – still does not work
ANSWER : A/C is most likely 12 volt, lights/outlet are on a coverter, could be the fuse in the actual converter OR the converter is bad (they are subject to high heat so failures are not uncommon). Most likely not a user serviceable issue!

Vibelife 7117 Error message E1, blowing fuses.
Will not start at first, just gives E1 error message. Leave it paused for a while, then it will start but blows 15A fuse straight away. Have disconnected the drive belt from the motor to the drive roller and fuse still blows with no load on motor.
ANSWER : There is no solution to this problem. Its a Vibelife brand – that’s the Problem! Vibelife is like any number of Chinese, Taiwanese build clones, they are ordered in a batch of several thousand by some dodgy importer and once that batch is sold on ebay or ozauction, its close up shop, order another batch with a different faceplate on the control console and away they go again. In short you’ve got buckleys chance of fixing it so my advice is:
a. Chuck it and get another one of those el’ cheapo treadmills. After all they generally last about a 18 months under normal use and you can afford to buy four of those before you match the price of a professional home use machine.
b. Kind of like above only buy the professional home use machine for about $2600 and make sure is has a 3yr warranty on the motor and control boards. They should last you at least 5 years under normal home use.
c. As for a. but forget buying a treadmill, Invest in gym membership. For about the same price as an el’ cheapo treadmill you could have a year’s membership, all the treadmills you can use and a whole heap of other machinery as well, not to mention the excercise classes you could go to for fun, socialising and general fitness.

Slide out quit working and fuse on battery blows everytime I chan
ANSWER : Look under the coach near the slide and look for a pinched or bare wire. Sounds like you have a dead short to ground and could be difficult to find. Check the wiring to the slide motor, could be between the slide switch and the motor. Take a Volt meter and set it to Ohms. With the fuse out check to see if you get an Ohms reading between fuse wire and frame of coach. If you get a reading you have a short. Also check the power wire on the slide motor to motor case. If you get a reading the motor is shoted and needs to be replaced.Thanks for using FixyaJerry