The electric keeps tripping in my house, why is this?
We own a property that we rent out. The teneant rings us constantly to tell us that the electric keeps tripping out. We have paid an electrician to go down and check out the proprty, they cannot fing anything wrong. Why is this happening and how can we solve it?
Re: The electric keeps tripping in my house, why is this?
I haven't got the answer, i live in a council flat (converted house), we live up stairs. we have had our electric checked over and over again and they cannot find anything wrong, my husband and i have thought maybe that we are connected to the people in the ground floor flat, and when our electric trips out we can hear them banging around like they're shutting cupboards and stuff. nobody can sort out our problem and wondered if anyone on here would know???
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