Replacing the Breakers

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Replacing a Spliced Wire

I am currently residing in a house built in 1955. Old houses require a great deal of maintenance.

A few months ago we had an inspectore look at the wiring. I mention this as it is possible that the inspector yanked on a wire and caused a problem.

There was a blackout in our neighborhood. After the blackout, we started having a large number of problems. The house would suffer periods of flickering. We even started having power surges and periodic black outs.

One needs to replace electrical equipment every so often; So we decided to replace the exterior and interior breakers.

This was quite a chore that involved removing a cabinet, expanding the hole in the side of the house for the expanded wire.

The repair cost $5.500. The repair got rid of the flickering and I feel safer.