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Grounds? or Grounded?

When I bought my house was not a brand new one. my wife said "well you know about everything No?" So I had to prove myself. Fixer up houses could be a pain in our Royale ****! but us man will say yes I can do it!. One of the problem I address right away in my new use home was the electrical wiring. Old houses need to be upgrade their electrical wiring including main fuse breakers boxes. I went to my local hardware and found different gadgets & devices to help us Doit Yourself people. For a few bucks i found this plug in device that will give me different light blinking tones when you encounter a faulty wiring or open ground. It works, I found some open ground in my wall outlets and fix them. Open ground can cause electrical failure in your wiring which could affect all your electronics and appliances. Take your time to check for open grounds wiring in your home you won't regreted.

Call your local electrician for your electrical needs. Don't be a fool to try to fix things without the right knowledge & experiance in such matters.

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