Question about Kitchen Appliances - Others
I would check the panel (circuit breaker box).Remove the screws around the panel and lift off.Check the 3 phase incoming wires,they will be the largest thick wires.Check to see if the insulation has burned off the wires exposing the copper.If so the wires could be breaking down or some kind of appliance or load is drawing too much amperage.Also check from other residents if they have had a problem,if so the transformer on the pole feeding the building could be failing.
Posted on Sep 06, 2008
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