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Old 09-01-2009, 07:42 PM   #16
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Weird thing I noticed while changing plugs

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Weird thing I noticed while changing plugs

>>> It is easier to pull one from the closest receptacle, or whatever, than to pull a new wire all the way back to the panel in a finished place.

1. You could pull both hot and neutral from the receptacle and connect that to the portion of the circuit in question after making sure both the original hot and its accompanying inoperative neutral have been disconnected.

2. You might double check all the receptacles etc. on the original daisy chain feed to see if you can find the problem with the neutral. Notably convert push-in-and-stick connections (backstab connections) to screwed on connections.


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