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FIND AN ELECTRICAL FAULT: 7 STEPS GUIDE

FIND AN ELECTRICAL FAULT: 7 STEPS GUIDE

FIND AN ELECTRICAL FAULT: 7 STEPS GUIDE

FIND AN ELECTRICAL FAULT: 7 STEPS GUIDE

 

For some time, it happens to skip the current in your home.

After a couple of times it is repeated, now you are sure: there is an electrical fault somewhere!

Even if you are not an electrician expert, you want to know how to find and maybe fix it!

 

SMARTSEAL 7 STEPS GUIDE

For some time, it happens to skip the current in your home.

After a couple of times it is repeated, now you are sure: there is an electrical fault somewhere!

Even if you are not an electrician expert, you want to know how to find and maybe fix it!

Just follow this simple guide in 7 steps.

FIND AN ELECTRICAL FAULT: 7 STEPS GUIDE

MUCH DEPENDS ON THE SYSTEM

We must have a premise: the possibility of detecting a failure depends very much on how it is made the electrical system.

An implant well done should consist of a main switch, which owns the entire system, and a series of switches that overseeing to a single part of the system.

 

Usually, every part of the plant corresponds to a dwelling room.

If the system conditions are those, find the fault should not present any difficulties.

 

FIND AN ELECTRICAL FAULT

  1. Bring to the OFF position all the plant switches.
  2. Turn ON just the main switch.
  3. Turn ON the other switches until you find the part of the plant that triggers the OFF position to General.
  4. Return to the ON position all switches except the area where the failure is present.
  5. Disconnect all appliances in the area where the failure is present and the switch to ON position.
  6. If the main switch is ON, then the fault is in one of the appliances.
  7. Repeat the above operation by connecting each time an appliance to the current until you find the bad one.

If the main switch is triggered OFF even when the appliances are disconnected, then the problem is in the junction box: you have to find it, unplug all pairs of wires and then reconnect them one by one, in order to identify the taste.

FIND AN ELECTRICAL FAULT: 7 STEPS GUIDE

SOME RECOMMENDATIONS

These are the seven steps to find an electrical fault.

Before you begin, if you are unsure of what you are about to do, always seek advice from a friend with more experience or a professional expert.

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