[Homeroast] Outlet lost power...

Brian Kamnetz bkamnetz at gmail.com
Sun Aug 26 09:35:39 CDT 2012


Denis,

I am still working on it. I will certainly report back when I have it
figured out.

brian

On Sat, Aug 25, 2012 at 8:56 PM, denis bordeleau <bomerlo at yahoo.ca> wrote:
> Hi Brian   In the following 24 hours of  your emergency problem for a no electrical whiz, mystified nerd, you got 7 opinions : a bad tripped breaker, a common area circuit, a wet circuit breaker, etc... from  no less than Frank, Jeffrey Kelly, Peter Louton, Archeobob, Paul Goetz, Peter Walsh and my self  Denis Bordeleau.  I am still expecting the final diagnostic.  We all do that for free and to help each other.  The back feed follow up is our reward..  If this is a Gmail problem, let me know; if it is not it can be why people are reluctant to post in a fast response mood.        Please, let us know, the sooner the better..        Thank you.       Denis                 P.S. I want to know what happened and what was the problem.  Did you stop roasting or drinking coffee?
>
>
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> Envoyé le : samedi 18 août 2012 19h26
> Objet : [Homeroast] Outlet lost power...
>
> Hi,
>
> I moved to a condo (built in 1999) a few weeks ago. My new place has a
> concrete patio out back with an outlet very near by. I roasted on the
> patio two weeks ago and the outlet worked fine. Today I was going to
> roast out there again, but there was no electricity to either plug-in
> in the outlet by the patio. I checked the breakers and all
>  seemed
> well. I tried all three switches (one for the outside light, one for
> the inside overhead light, and one for a plug-in on an inside outlet)
> I could find inside the patio door, and that didn't help.
>
> I'm no electrical whiz (that's an understatement), but I'm mystified.
> It seems like a breaker should be thrown if something shorted the
> outlet. Otherwise (again, I'm not whiz) it seems like it should work.
>
> I'd appreciate any ideas anyone might have as to what might be wrong,
> and how I could check to see if that's it.
>
> Thanks!
>
> Brian
>
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