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Robert Wilber

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Licensed Philadelphia electrician serving Delaware, Chester, Montgomery and Philadelphia County in Pennsylvania. I install and repair residential, commercial and industrial wiring and lighting. Troubleshooting and repair of problems that stump other people is my favorite. I am willing to help people figure out why things don`t work. I understand motor controls, transformers and machine wiring. I do not teach basics to novices or do free design work.

Experience in the area

Experience in the area I have 44 years experience in residential, commercial and industrial electrical construction and repair, 480 volts and below. This is not to be confused with one week repeated two thousand times.

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44 years experience in residential, commercial and industrial electrical construction and repair

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I know it. Dead cold.

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Electricity kills.

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2017-01-21 Proper cable for wiring:

a 200 amp panel will say 200 amps. main breaker will say 200. 100 will say 100  . Unless your sub-panel is immediately adjacent to the main panel it needs a main breaker.  next problem...the cable to this

2016-12-24 Electrical conduction of sooty wires:

You had me going there. I had to look that one up!   It is called THHN. It is hopefully dual rated as THWN which allows burial? the W being for wet locations. I don't understand your reference to O&G.

2016-12-23 old fuse box?:

What was in the blade receivers?  If there was never anything in them then it doesn't have anything to do with your outage.  It looks like a fuse block for two fuses unless it is big enough to have had

2016-12-20 Household Appliances "Blowing Up".:

Hi Geraldine    I am not intimately familiar with wiring practices in the UK, so cannot give a thoroughly knowledgeable answer.    I do know that you use 230 volts as standard, but have some theoretical

2016-12-11 How do you determine if a junction box is charged / hot ?:

My apologies. I didn't understand what you were after.    Bring a proven ground to your location for test reference.    Plug an extension cord in somewhere and verify the ground in the cord. Set your multi-meter

 

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