FUSE BOX BUZZING DANGEROUS
Why is my home's fuse box making a loud constant buzzing
Jan 02, 2011Answers. At any rate your electrical panel should not be making a loud constant buzzing sound unless you have a timer or or door bell transformer bolted on the side of the panel. It sounds as though you have a loose connection starting and it is causing Status: ResolvedAnswers: 10There is a loose connection in the box. This may be a main or a branch circuit connection. Either way, call a local professional electrician to make the needed repairs before there is a fire that kills someone.Best answer · 1Fuse Box Buzzing0I hope that this is a case of mistaken identity. Did you say "fuse Box" or did you mean "breaker box". At any rate your electrical panel should not be making a loud constant buzzing sound unless you have a timer or or door bell transformer bolted on the side of the panel. It sounds as though you have a loose connection starting and it is causing your electrical system to arc causing the noise. This could be a very dangerous fire situation so don't waste any further time. Call an electrician right now and have this fixed immediately. Good Luck
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Why is my home's fuse box making a loud constant buzzing noise?0To me it almost definitely sounds like a fan problem there. My guess would be that your fan has some sort of problem and because of this is it making the computer run hotter, which in turn means the fan needs to spin faster to compensate - increasing the noise! If you're feeling confident, you can try removing the side of your case and seeing if you can identify which fan it is that's making the noise. It could be a simple case of a loose wire hitting the blades of the fan. It could also be a build up of dust - if your case if full of dust you can clean it using compressed air. If you can work out what fan is broken, you can think about replacing it. CPU fans aren't that expensive - for about £10 or £20 you can get yourself a good enough fan. If it's the fan inside your power unit, then it's usual for you to have to replace the whole unit at a cost of about £30 or £40.0Constant buzzing means the breakers are junk and probably the box as well. Have a licensed electrician inspect this and make the proper repair or replacement.0If its a breaker box,i would say it one of the breakers grab it by the throw switch and shake each one should be able to hear a sound difference its a fuse box look for a loose fuse .0There are several possibilities as to what is causing this.
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Get a licensed electrician in ASAP!!! This is not fine wine. It will not get better with age. It will only get worse (and, possibly, even more expensive).1one of the breakers is bad. turn off each breaker one at a time until the buzzing stops to find the bad one. call an electrician to replace the breaker0Buzzing noise coming from fuse box/lights flickeringAug 24, 2013Status: ResolvedCircuit breaker buzzes when AC comes on? | Yahoo AnswersJul 29, 2011Status: ResolvedSee more results
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What Will An Electrician do?Still Having Trouble?SafetyAn electrician will be able to fix a humming fuse box without risking their health and safety. Fuse box humming could be dangerously hot to the touch or may be electrified, and could potentially explode or catch alight out-of-the-blue if someone unskilled starts trying to fix them. The professional will tighten up the screws in your fuse box and identify the fuse or wiring that is causing the humming noise – it may be vibrating, or may be clearly out-of-place, or show signs of heat-related da..See more on 247homerescue