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To be thorough, an electrician will carry out a number of tests on your installation and the supply into your apartment. What it sounds like is that the surge demanded by some appliances is simply drawing too much power from...
6 Answers · Home & Garden · 15/03/2010
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3 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 19/01/2010
It could possibly be the service main has too many circuits on one line...If you can locate your service panel, count a see how many breakers you have. Depending on your apartment size, you should more-than-likely have no less than six, not including the main...
3 Answers · Home & Garden · 11/01/2010
All of the paint on the car that is good, leave it alone. If there is paint that is coming off you may need to sand with 220 or courser paper to get it to a point that you have a healthy surface, making 220 the last grit you use. Prime with 2k urethane primer, block and re...
2 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 21/12/2009
Less than one. ADDED: Did you read this? PaintForCars Starfire Acrylic Enamel must be applied with an acrylic reducer at a ratio of four parts paint, 1 part reducer. PaintForCars Starfire acrylic enamel...
7 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 05/04/2009
2 Answers · Home & Garden · 10/06/2008
you are better off talking to an electician. find out how much it needs to be lowerd. big suprise that swepco is part of aep. i have aep for my electric and they suck. they are a horriable electric company
11 Answers · Home & Garden · 04/04/2008
...this inspected no matter who does the work you or a contractor...at least aep does not charge you to upgrade that is the electric provider in our...
7 Answers · Home & Garden · 18/10/2007
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