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What might cause a loss of all electricity in your garage but not your house without a storm hitting or sudden increase of electricity usage?


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2009-08-23 00:42:47
2009-08-23 00:42:47

You might be plugging something in that could have a fault on it, sometimes plugging in a transformer could trip out your fuse, but more often than not your electricity will go due to its breaker tripping at the board due to something being plugged in. Check the cord on the appliance, if no visible damage open plug and and check for loose wiring and check connections at appliance also check for leaking water into sockets and lights! A tripped breaker or a tripped GFCI plug, or maybe you have a blown breaker, or a corroded wire.


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