Anderson Electric Corp. Blog: Posts Tagged ‘Electrical Panel Repair’

A Circuit Breaker Won’t Reset—What It Means

Monday, December 30th, 2019

electrical-panelWinter is the time when the most stress is put on a household electrical system. Even once all the holiday lights are unplugged and stored for the season, a house still uses more power for lighting and the HVAC system then at any other time of the year. So don’t be too surprised if you encounter a tripped circuit breaker at some point in the winter.

The good news is you can reset the breaker, and that usually ends the trouble.

But not always. You might run into a problem with a circuit breaker that won’t stay in the closed position. We’re going to examine why this occurs in homes, since there are several sources for it. If you have any doubts about what’s happening, don’t hesitate to call for an electrician in Clifton, NJ. It’s dangerous to try to diagnose and repair an electrical problem on your own.

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Indications That Your Electrical Panel is in Trouble

Monday, October 23rd, 2017

electrical-panel-technicianThe electrical panel is a key part of keeping your home’s power systems running smoothly and safely. Nobody likes to trudge out to the garage to replace a fuse, or reset a breaker. But, that’s a lot better than alternatives like electrocution or house fires. You should keep an eye out for signs that your electrical panel is dealing with some kind of problem. A malfunctioning electrical panel can make things quite a bit more dangerous for your electrical system. The sooner you recognize a malfunction, and have it repaired, the better off you’ll be. Some of the common indications that your panel is having a problem are listed below.

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