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If you are not a licensed electrician, and suddenly while working you discover some problem in the functioning of the equipment , what will you do ? (MUSIC-AESTHETICS-CBSE-2018)

If you are not a licensed electrician, and suddenly while working you
discover some problem in the functioning of the equipment
, what will you
do ? (MUSIC-AESTHETICS-CBSE-2018)


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  • Knob and tube wiring: Bare copper wires stretched from one porcelain insulator to another.
  • Burned or partially melted insulation on wires: Wires damaged by electrical overload, a lightening strike, mis-wiring or even a fire in the room or an adjacent room.
  • Burned or partially melted contacts. The wiring may be fine but a lightning strike, a loose connection, moisture, and electrical tinkering can all damage the point at which the wiring connects to the switch or outlet. Any blackening or a brown shade on the switch or outlet is cause for concern. You'll need a licensed electrician to investigate.
  • Evidence of water leakage in your service panel. If you go to flip a circuit breaker and you see water stains on the panel or around it, don't go any further. Call an electrician. It's not unusual in older houses to find that water has leaked into the service panel due to a poor seal at the electrical meter.
  • Evidence of obviously sloppy electrical workmanship. This is self explanatory. Dangerously handy homeowners and various kinds of electrical slobs have been known to use coffee cans rather than electrical boxes and make electrical splices using duct tape, to cite examples that routinely turn up in home inspections and remodeling work. Sure it'll work. It can also burn your house down or lead to an electrocution.
  • Repeated tripping of circuit breakers and GFCI devices, a few hours or even minutes apart. The occasional trip is one thing. Multiple trips during a day or week are cause for concern.
  • Circuit breakers tripping consistently at certain times of day. If you trip a circuit breaker every time you run a hair dryer or a vacuum cleaner, that's a clear warning that something is amiss. Call an electrician.
  • A circuit breaker that trips immediately after being reset.Obviously, that's a bad sign and indicates an electrical problem that a homeowner should not attempt to fix. It could be an electrical load plugged into the circuit, faulting wiring, or the circuit breaker itself.

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