Question about APC MasterSwitch Power Receptacle - Power distribution strip- 4 Output (ap95103202) UPS System
I am assuming that you installed your receptacles by attatching one wire to one screw .. not pigtailing the wires to the receptacle. It seems to me that your second receptacle has a missing link. Look at the sides on the receptacle, there should be a small link between the two terminal screws to carry the power to the next in line. If the link is missiong then replace that receptacle and you will be good ion the circuit .. If the link is there , then check you connections, sometimes we can catch a bit of the insulation in the terminal and then there is no transfer of electricity from that point on .. If you pigtail the wires and then connect the receptacle to the tail, then the circuit has more integrity. and we should always use the screw terminals, not the stab-ins. a better , more secure connection.
Posted on May 04, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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