There is probably water in an outside outlet. GFCI outlets monitor the neutral wire, and any moister it detects will cause it to trip out. Also the outlets themselves could have been damaged and need replaceing. The circuit breakers might also be tripped, the GFCI outlet is designed to not reset unless there is power from the breaker. Hope this helps.
If your circuit breakers are in the garage, they would be in a electrical panel (a metal box mounted on a (usually) outside wall, with the electric meter on the outside. The circuit breakers can be either just below the meter on the outside on opposite it inside the garage. It would usually be very close to where the electric connection to the house is. The electrical panel and breakers are not necessarily in the garage.
Your outside outlets should be connected to GFCI devices. If they are receptacles the downstream side of the receptacles is also protected. It sounds like one of these receptacles has tripped. Try resetting the bathroom one first and then check to see if the power came back on. Then try resetting the outside receptacle if it is a GFCI. The outlet in the garage is probably fed either off of the bathroom circuit or the outside receptacle.
assuming you have reset all of the other circuit breakers as well, look for a ground fault interrupt outled (GFI). It will have a small red and black button in the middle. It will probably be near water, in bathroom kitchen or garage. Reset it and the other outlets should work again.
There is no limit as to the amount of circuits you can have in a garage. If you mean how many devices on a 15 amp single circuit breaker then the answer is 12. Be sure to total in light fixture outlets and switch boxes.
I think she said she tripped in Jacob's garage and hit herself on something.
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Let's start with a typical 110 VAC service. You probably have 20 amp breakers in the service in the garage, and with at least 2 breakers, we have some idea of the theoretical electrical consumption. Remember, Volts X Amps = WATTS, so 110VAC X (2 breakers X 20AMPs) = 110 X 2 X 20 = 2200 WATTS
The car in the garage rolled straight through the garage door without stopping.the second "garage" is not a noun, it is an adjective because it describes the word "door"
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There are various outlets for garage door spares in England. One of the popular stores is 'Henderson Garage doors and spares'. They sell high quality spare parts at reasonably low prices.
The only determining factor is the size of the circuit breaker that you will be using. If the garage circuit will be protected with a 15 Amp breaker, you may use a 14 AWG wire. If the circuit will be protected with a 20 amp breaker, you must use a 12 AWG wire. Note too that garage outlets should be protected with a GFCI breaker or outlet. If you have any concerns regarding your ability to adequately design and install the garage outlets, please, for your own safety, contact a local electrician.
The kitchen and garage are the only 20 amp circuts usually.
You should read your local electrical code or consult a local electrician. The rules are there for your safety and the safety of the people who will buy your house later.
More than likely the ballast in the fixture has failed.
Any reputable company that sales garage doors would be a good start to learning more. Places like Daisy garage door openers are perhaps the most well known and distributor outlets can be found in most US cities.
Usually no. In the regular home, outlets give out the same amount of power. Every outlet does have limitations. Most outlets can handle up to 15 Amps, however outlets in the garage or outdoors usually handle 20 amps.
you are probably low on freon. take it to the garage and have them hook it up to a/c gauges to make sure
the height will depend on local building codes' requirements and also what time of outlet (ground, countertop for kitchen and bath, and ceiling such as in garage doors). Typically wall outlets are 16 inches on center from the finish floor.
No, repo persons can not enter your residence without permission and an attached garage is your property.
GFCI protection is required for most outdoor receptacles, bathroom , garage wall outlets, kitchen, and all receptacles in crawl space.
No. It is illegal to have a garage sale without a business permit in 9 states, including CA
you should be there to watch and supervise work... Let's hope that the blood wasn't human.
Check your circuit breaker box on the wall, probably in a garage or laundry/utility room. You shorted it out and either tripped the switch, or burnt a fuse if you have a very old house. One room may have more than one circuit that's why some still work.