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Servicio de instalación de tomacorrientes 928.203.6503 Paulden Arizona
One thing I noticed in reviewing this question and my response for possible use on another question – in my initial answer, item #2, I stated (about adding grounding to ungrounded internal house wiring) – “you might just run separate ground wire to each fixture and outlet. Not necessarily by the same routing as the original wiring…”

Connect the wires as was described in the step 1 of this “part”/subsection above. Make sure that the wires wrap around the screw completely without touching the plastic edges and without breaking off the tip of the wires themselves. Pull the wires around each of these screws until they are seated and won’t disconnect if accidentally pushed backwards.

This GFCI outlet has both push-in and screw terminal connectors; some old timers (and some new-timers) will only use the screw terminals, but actually, the push-in connectors are more reliable, according to the GFCI makers.

Connect the ground wire. If a metal box, cut (2) eight inch lengths of bare copper wire, and combine them and the bare wire from the Romex® cable under a properly sized wirenut. The free end of one wire will connect to the green ground screw of the outlet, and the other free end is to be connected to the metal box with a green screw (expressly for that purpose) or other approved means (special clips, etc). If a plastic (or other non-conductive material) box is used, simply connect the bare copper wire directly under the green screw of the outlet.

Is this the right person to call, There are generally two types of electricians: those who do repair work and those who specialize in new construction. Be clear about the job so that the electrician you’re talking with knows what sort of work you need done.

Turn on the power, at your circuit breaker, to your newly installed outlet and test it with your multimeter or lighted test probe to see if power is present. Use the same multimeter settings and multimeter/light probe procedure used in Step 2. If using a multimeter, the reading should show between 235 and 240 volts.

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Multiply the total by 2 for 14-gauge wire and 2.25 for 12-gauge wire to get the minimum box size required in cubic inches. Plastic boxes have their volume stamped inside. Steel box capacities are listed in the electrical code.

Comment: I believe our smoke detectors are over ten years old and they are starting to go off all at once at random times. We currently have them removed from the ceiling and wires as the pets are freaking out and they go off in the middle of the night. We may need to replace all of them and I am wondering what the cost would be for new wires, units and installation. Thanks.

In pretty much every house where an outlet is close to a water source, you’ll usually find what’s called a ground fault circuit interrupter (GFCI). This is a type of outlet that’s meant to quickly shut off power at that outlet when it detects a short circuit or a ground fault.

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Install the new ground-fault circuit interrupter outlet by attaching both the black and white wires to the “line” side of the outlet. Connect the bare wire to the grounding screw. Replace the cover plate, then check to make sure the GFCI is operating properly. Press the test button; the outlet should go dead. Reset to resume current flow.

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Wondering if you could come out to Paulden on Tuesday to quote a electrical job (moving a temporary pole) Permit from APS and doing a new panel on a trailer/home we are gutting and remodeling….Cell is best xxxxx Beck
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Adding Outlets and switches: turning new wiring into functional wiring with the addition of switches and outlets is vital. The Craftsman Book Company indicates that each room in a house tends to have 2-3 outlets per space. Each switch or outlet can be expected to cost around $100-$185 each.

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When your electrical outlet is wired and exposed as shown in this photo, what are your voltage readings on the side terminals, Be extra careful not to touch the exposed wires to avoid electrical shock.

Many homes built before 1950 contain old-fashioned knob and tube wiring, which is widely believed to pose a hidden risk to homeowners. It was the primary wiring method from the 1880s through the 1930s, and still used into the 1970s for some new home constuction. This form of older wiring creates a risk of faults and fires, and often can’t handle the electrical load of modern houses. How much does replacing knob and tube wiring cost, You can expect to pay between $8,000 and $15,000 for an average-sized home. 

Loosen the screws on the new electrical outlet/switch where the wires will be held. Use a screw driver to open the screws until you feel you might have room enough to pull the wires on, so don’t open them too much.

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Typically used for hallways and staircases, three-way switches are used in instances where two separate switches control one. Use these step-by-step instructions to install a three-way switch and wire a circuit.

Before you start, locate the circuit breaker or fuse that controls the outlet you plan to replace and shut off the power to the circuit. Plug a lamp, radio or the GFCI tester into the outlet to test for power and make sure it’s off. Then unscrew and pull out the old outlet and count the number of wires in the box. Calculate the minimum box size required for all of the wires plus the GFCI (see “Required Box Size,” below). If the existing box is large enough, follow the steps in Photos 1 – 4 to replace the outlet with a GFCI. Replace an undersized box with a new one of adequate size. (For more information on box replacement, see What You Should Do With Crowded Electrical Boxes).

Pull the outlet box from the opening in the drywall. As you pull the box, you pull the wires with it. Grab the wires with your hands and pull them from the box once you pull the box from the wall. Bend the wires around the edge of the wall to keep the wires from falling back inside.

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