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Home electrical problem: Lights on one circuit do not work. They were flickering for a while, then went off completely. I replaced the circuit breaker in the panel, and tightened up all the ground wires in the panel. What else can I do?
Sounds like a bad connection. First thing is to check any wiring that you had installed or changed.
Is the home wiring copper or aluminum?
If you know that the circuit breaker is working (check with volt meter) then you have to check all the splices on that circuit. The bad splice will be the first light on the circuit
Posted on Apr 15, 2009
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