What does it mean to switch a line out of service or in to service?
To switch is referring to changing the position of. So the line will be de-energized when out of service. and energized while in service.
In a three-way switch arrangement, one switch should have its black terminal (screw) connected to the line source, and the others black terminal to the load. If the circuit neutral is present in the box housing the line connected switch (somewhat rare), then you can simply tap the line conductor from the switch and attach line, neutral and ground to the current tap. If there is no neutral present, then rewiring would be required.
If the function range switch is set at 200 vac what will the multimeter read if a measurement is made directly across both terminals of a blown fuse in a 120 vac line?
Which one of the following appliance parts gets the hardest service A Switch B Thermostat C Heating element D Line cord?
On a tennis court there are five lines. The line all the way at the back is the base line, the one in the front is the service line, the line making the T shape is the center service line, the first line on the left or right is the ally line, and the second line on the left or right is the side line.
To turn off or on, all the power in a building. <<>> The main switch is the over current device that is situated after the utility company's meter base. It could be in the form of a breaker that is situated at the top of a combination panel or an independent fusible switch. This fusible switch holds the fuses that govern the size of the service. When off the switch removes the power from all…
2001 Lincoln ls had a cut transmission line which I replaced How do I service the bloody transmission fluid I did go to lincolncom and registered but can't find where to get the manuals?
Usually not; you want your ground fault circuit interruption to be instantaneous and not removed from service by throwing a switch (who knows whether you will remember to put it back on line or not?). <<>> There is no reason that the GFCI can not be controlled by a switch but you have to keep in mind that every time you turn the receptacle off and back to the on position, you will have to…