Comments for How To Become An Electrician http://www.lhzss.com/electricquestions Question and Answer Section Wed, 25 Jun 2014 03:23:39 +0000 hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=3.7.33 Comment on What green alternatives are there to natural gas for cooking? by ssrvj http://www.lhzss.com/electricquestions/what-green-alternatives-are-there-to-natural-gas-for-cooking/comment-page-1/#comment-16157 Wed, 25 Jun 2014 03:23:39 +0000 http://www.lhzss.com/electricquestions/what-green-alternatives-are-there-to-natural-gas-for-cooking/#comment-16157 (1) if there is enough Sunlight in the place you live you can design direct Sun light cooking–Dark surfaces absorbes heat (Infra red) from sun light and it is used for cooking .Scientists in National Physical Laboratories(NPL) New Delhi(India) -when Dr.K.S.Krishnan was the Director-have designed such a cooking device,way back in 1960s succeeefully–you may communicate with them.
(2) Natural Gas(Fossil fuels) will become a “museum exibit” in another 50 years(by 2060).Unless we do find alternate sources of Energy by that time,enrgy crisis would be a big problem.
(3) Atomic Energy is a plausible alternative.But radiation hazards( remember Chernoble-USSR) and disposal of Nuclear waste(the radiation will last for 1000s of years in “Spent Nuclear fuel”(very long half-life periods) are very big International head-aches-man created “monsters” and preserve them safely for 1000s of years. Conventional alternative energies are better

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Comment on What green alternatives are there to natural gas for cooking? by musicimprovedme http://www.lhzss.com/electricquestions/what-green-alternatives-are-there-to-natural-gas-for-cooking/comment-page-1/#comment-16156 Wed, 25 Jun 2014 03:04:21 +0000 http://www.lhzss.com/electricquestions/what-green-alternatives-are-there-to-natural-gas-for-cooking/#comment-16156 Natural gas is a really green way to cook. You are in direct control of how much gas is used.

If you have electric in the kitchen, it helps to use some green power like solar or wind to generate your electricity. That is for whole house energy savings.

Also there are induction burners that use a very small amount of electricity to activate magnets that generate heat in your pan. The burner itself doesn’t even get hot, so all the energy spent goes directly into heating your food.

You also might choose to use a small appliance like a crock pot or toaster oven rather than turning on the big oven. If you only want one baked potato…nuke it. These use less energy, and keep the heat near the food instead of heating up the large area of the oven.

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Comment on What green alternatives are there to natural gas for cooking? by Kim R http://www.lhzss.com/electricquestions/what-green-alternatives-are-there-to-natural-gas-for-cooking/comment-page-1/#comment-16155 Wed, 25 Jun 2014 02:36:59 +0000 http://www.lhzss.com/electricquestions/what-green-alternatives-are-there-to-natural-gas-for-cooking/#comment-16155 What’s wrong with using natural gas for cooking? That’s what I use, plus it heats my home AND my cars actually run on it instead of gasoline, which pollutes the air much more than natural gas does. I guess you could build a solar cooker, but you better hope for lots of sun and it will take quite a while to get anything cooked well.

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Comment on Could I get an electrician aprienticeship with 2 years of construction in trade school? by Ed http://www.lhzss.com/electricquestions/could-i-get-an-electrician-aprienticeship-with-2-years-of-construction-in-trade-school/comment-page-1/#comment-16154 Tue, 24 Jun 2014 22:34:20 +0000 http://www.lhzss.com/electricquestions/could-i-get-an-electrician-aprienticeship-with-2-years-of-construction-in-trade-school/#comment-16154 You certainly could. To learn about apprenticeship you should contact the electricians union if there is one locally. Probably it is the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW). They are on the Internet.

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Comment on New dishwasher, like old, not working though circuit breaker on.? by Corky R http://www.lhzss.com/electricquestions/new-dishwasher-like-old-not-working-though-circuit-breaker-on/comment-page-1/#comment-16153 Tue, 24 Jun 2014 16:51:40 +0000 http://www.lhzss.com/electricquestions/new-dishwasher-like-old-not-working-though-circuit-breaker-on/#comment-16153 The clogged sink/disposal problem won’t keep the dishwasher from running, but it won’t let it drain if you do get it running, so you’re going to have to take care of that problem as well. I know this may sound trivial, but make real sure the door is completely closed and latched, as it won’t run unless it is. If that does it, then fill the disposal side of the sink about half full of water and hold the plug in the other side so it can’t squirt back up at you and turn on the disposal. This action will frequently force the plug through and out of the pipes to unclog the system.

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Comment on New dishwasher, like old, not working though circuit breaker on.? by chuck2008bsca http://www.lhzss.com/electricquestions/new-dishwasher-like-old-not-working-though-circuit-breaker-on/comment-page-1/#comment-16152 Tue, 24 Jun 2014 16:34:55 +0000 http://www.lhzss.com/electricquestions/new-dishwasher-like-old-not-working-though-circuit-breaker-on/#comment-16152 The clog in your sink/disposal will keep your dishwasher from draining, it will probably fill up your sink more. But if you have no power, no lights, no sound, nothing, you definetly have some type of electrical problem. You need to start at the breaker, first make sure it’s the correct breaker and then make sure that the breaker has power running through it. You do this with an electric tester. If you’re not comfortable testing breakers, you’ll have to get an electrician or an applince repair guy or a plumber. If the breaker is OK my next step would be to test the wires coming into the dishwasher for power. To do this you have to remove the kick plate on the bottom of the dishwasher locate the electric connection, remove the wire nuts and test for power. (Of course your breaker will be off when you pull the wire nuts off so you don’t zap yourself.) If you have power there it’s in your dishwasher itself. Could be your latch switch or some other internal switch or short in wireing. Hope this helps. PS becasue a circuit breaker says “dishwasher” next to it doesn’t mean it’s really the correct breaker for the dishwasher.

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Comment on New dishwasher, like old, not working though circuit breaker on.? by longjim71 http://www.lhzss.com/electricquestions/new-dishwasher-like-old-not-working-though-circuit-breaker-on/comment-page-1/#comment-16151 Tue, 24 Jun 2014 16:12:31 +0000 http://www.lhzss.com/electricquestions/new-dishwasher-like-old-not-working-though-circuit-breaker-on/#comment-16151 Sounds like you have a problem with the electrical circuit powering your dishwasher. Maybe a broken or loose wire, a defective outlet, or even a bad breaker. The clog in your sink doesn’t have anything to do with that. If you are not familiar with making electrical repairs, it is best to call in a professional.

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Comment on anybody have a good job that didn’t go to college? by lady justice http://www.lhzss.com/electricquestions/anybody-have-a-good-job-that-didnt-go-to-college/comment-page-1/#comment-16150 Mon, 23 Jun 2014 15:36:19 +0000 http://www.lhzss.com/electricquestions/anybody-have-a-good-job-that-didnt-go-to-college/#comment-16150 Plenty of people have good jobs without going to college…electricians, masons, etc.
And plenty of people with college degrees are waiting tables.

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Comment on anybody have a good job that didn’t go to college? by TR http://www.lhzss.com/electricquestions/anybody-have-a-good-job-that-didnt-go-to-college/comment-page-1/#comment-16149 Mon, 23 Jun 2014 15:31:28 +0000 http://www.lhzss.com/electricquestions/anybody-have-a-good-job-that-didnt-go-to-college/#comment-16149 Well, I’m a college grad but I keep up with job data. Actually you can probably get authoritative answers if you go to your state government’s jobs office and look for their projections for different professions–they should tell you what level of education you’ll need, what the projected demand and salary will be. Note that any good job required education, but not necessarily a college diploma. Some careers that come to my mind are: grocery or restaurant work (a good meat cutter does well), OTR truck driver, skilled trades (electrician, plumber, carpenter), rock-and-roller.

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Comment on NYC, NJ, and Long Island plumbing and electrical licensing? by Jim W http://www.lhzss.com/electricquestions/nyc-nj-and-long-island-plumbing-and-electrical-licensing/comment-page-1/#comment-16148 Mon, 23 Jun 2014 15:30:24 +0000 http://www.lhzss.com/electricquestions/nyc-nj-and-long-island-plumbing-and-electrical-licensing/#comment-16148 Ask at the local license departments and the state L&I for the requirements for each of those licenses. You will get an awareness of the business requirements for each of those areas and the penalties involved if you do without the licenses.

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