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2005-10-01 18:54:37
2005-10-01 18:54:37

Does the garage have a separate breaker box or fuse box inside? Is there a separate power feed for the garage? In the 70's and 80's some cities were allowing aluminum wiring INSIDE residences. If the wire from the main fuse/breaker panel is aluminum there is a real possibility that you might have a bad connection between the fuse box or breaker panel and the outlets in the garage.

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