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Having the surge protector should not affect individual circuits. It sounds more like to me you have a bad neutral somewhere. By that I mean a wire is loose. So say the light …switch or TV is left on and the bad connection is currently open, neither work. So the wind or gremlins in your house do their work and the next thing you know their on because the circuit is now making through this poor connection. If this is the case, this is a bad deal ok. You should have this looked at by a qualified electrician. Now, there is something else it could be, it's called a switch feeder. It could be that somewhere else one of the kids turned on a light switch and poof, other stuff turns on. If this is the case, it's simply a matter of moving a wire from the switched side of the offending switch to the fed side. You can test this by making sure the light you want to come on is in the on position and then walking around the adjacent rooms and flicking on switches. You know, if the boys loosed some neutrals at your panel board when they were trying to find a spot for their surge protector, that would be the bad neutral I was talking about. If you just recently had it done, call them back and tell them what's going on. It will be as simple as removing the panel cover, re-tightening the screws on all the whites. You can do it yourself if you're brave. Just turn off the main and carefully tighten only the screws on the neutral/white bar. There are still places in a de-energized panel that can beat up on you, becareful and good luck. Andy We had a similar problem several years ago. When we called an electrician to trouble shoot for us we found out that some of our aged "Aluminum wiring" was loose at the panel box internal connections.Some of the connections were dark with evidence of melting & burning. Very Dangerous !! Apparently when aluminum heats up it will shut-off the power, after it cools the power is restored..therefore some lights an the TV were turning off & on on their own.. A sign that there was trouble brewing. We had the electrical panel upgraded & replaced. Eventually over the past few years, we had all the aluminum removed and replaced with copper wiring. No further problems.
The first switch light was invented by John Henry Holmes in 1884 .In 1890, Granville Woods invented the first dimmer switch, which offered a knob to control how bright or …dim a room could be.
The worlds first light switch was invented by Moe Goldberg in 1893.
the big bang
It became commercial in the 1930s.
the t.v came out in 1780 i think
The Queen's messenger in 1928
Yes, because the fulcrum is in the middle (the part that makes the switch go up and down) the effort is where you push up and down with your fingers the load is your fingers. …It is a first class lever.
soz i have no idea at all
the first colour tv came out in 1928.
light travel faster than sound. see in real life we see lightning first then we hear the thunder.
The colours and the picture need to come into focus where as the sound is already in clear pitch. Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Why_does_the_sound_comes_firstand_then_p…icture_on_the_TV_when_we_first_turn_it_on#ixzz18PAV5eIr
On a desktop, the power button will usually light up. On a laptop, the power lights (located on the front of the laptop) will usually light up first.
The technology to travel at or near the speed of light does not exist and is nowhere close to being developed. No astronaut or man-made object has travelled to other stars….