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Absolutely not! Please don’t ever attempt your own electrical work unless you are an certified and licensed electrician! To avoid damage to your property and person through electrocution, fire etc, this is essential. Call Islip Electricians and let us take care of it for you! 631-518-3723

A common reason why fuses blow or breakers trip is because people overload them by plugging in too many appliances at once. It doesn't matter how large your house may seem; electric outlets always come with limitations which require careful consideration when deciding how to power your home. Call Islip Electricians on 631-518-3723.

The difference is grounding. The third prong provides additional protection in three ways -- to the system, to whatever is plugged in, and to you. There’s nothing wrong with two-pronged plugs, they just can’t offer the same protection.

Surge Protectors are useful devices that clamp down excess voltage in your system to prevent it from damaging your appliances. Certain areas are particularly prone to power surges in which case it’s a no-brainer, but even if not, the cost of installation is far less than that of the cost of replacing all your appliances. For assistance with surge protection call Islip Electricians on 631-518-3723!

No! When the current passing through a fuse maxes out, the current is stopped by a hold burning through a thin strip of metal which then needs replacing. When excess current flows through a circuit breaker it ‘trips’ the breaker, which stops the flow. The breaker can be reset by flipping its switch.

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