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 What is in electrical utility transformers?

Answer An electrical utility transformer internally consists of a ferromagnetic core and multiple coils, called windings. The ferromagnetic core usually consists of a copper wire core or a laminated steel... Read More »
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The electrical plug socket has stopped working in the utility room . I've replaced the socket but ....?

Any chance it's on a separate fuse from the others? Check (carefully!) that power is getting to the wiring at the back of the socket
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Do step up transformers need more power than step down transformers?

Step-up transformers draw exactly the same amount of power, or watts, from the primary power source as do step-down transformers when doing the same work. While a step-up transformer steps-up the v... Read More »
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Why is it important to use the correct fire fighting equipment for Electrical and Non electrical fires?

Water conducts electricity and is therefore contraindicated for use on energized electrical equipment, however it is much cheaper than the chemicals that can be used on energized equipment making i... Read More »
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How do I Run an Electrical Feed From an Electrical Meter Into a Load Center?

Only if you are comfortable working with electricity and home remodeling should you attempt to run an electircal lead from a meter to a load center. It may require removing and replacing drywall, d... Read More »
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