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ElectroBOOM
ElectroBOOM Måned siden
Did you catch my typo "Fauilure" in the video?! hopefully not! I should check my texts better!
Chee woh Chaw
Chee woh Chaw 6 dager siden
Your fauilure is success
Michael Huber
Michael Huber 17 dager siden
@Jamesee777 Hi. Thanks for the reply. I have to say that I am from Germany and might spell some words wrong. Sorry for that if it happenes (:-). Here WAGOs are standard which I am a great fan of. Most importantly if you take such "wirenuts" off of a cable the wire-ends are pretty damaged and you have to cut them off most of the time. So your cable gets shorter and shorter every time you change something in that circut until you are left with a like a 1inch piece of wire in your "connection-box" (in Germany we call them "Abzweigdose") (I don't mean fusepanel). Thats where WAGOs are significantly better. You can take a wire in and out of a WAGO for dozends of times before it's beat up. Another advantage is that WAGOs are much smaller and you can use the space available much more efficiently. Also what do you do if you have a flexible (stranded) wire? As far as I know wirenuts aren't allowed for that kind of wire. In WAGOs they are. I would like to know your thoughts about this topic and the things I just mentioned. Best regards from Bavaria
Jamesee777
Jamesee777 17 dager siden
@Michael Huber That's the norm here. But I must say, they work great if used properly. I've used WAGOs before too but it's rarely used in the field here.s. If I had to choose, I guess it will be WAGOs for ease of use. In my house, wire nuts because I know how to use them correctly and my own body weight won't be able to separate the wires. lol
Michael Huber
Michael Huber 26 dager siden
@ElectroBOOM Why the hack are you still using these horrible connectors ("wire nuts") over there??? I live in Germany and here WAGO-terminals are the STANDARD. They aren't expencive at all, small, very easy to use and most importantly very safe. They are like 10$ for 50 or 100 WAGO's. Please try them and you will realize what pieces of junk you have been using before.
Wíndows Vienna 10
Wíndows Vienna 10 Måned siden
K.
Seve Knightas Asasina
Seve Knightas Asasina 22 timer siden
I just realized that i know next to nothing about everything that keeps my life running smoothly 🤯 thanks for educating me you're the best professor one could ask for
Sir Scofferoff
Sir Scofferoff Dag siden
Nothing but the Sun contributes to global warming! Point the heater up to the sky, prove me wrong.
Casper Lund
Casper Lund Dag siden
So i can put my electric oven outside and its Oki you even listen to your self you god Damm shill
hateercenor
hateercenor Dag siden
Have not seen the combined plate and receptacle for 240V before. Who is the manufacturer?
Max Mccann
Max Mccann Dag siden
Ok so, if anyone is good at electrics or anything that would be great, I went to heat up my tea in the microwave earlier, so I stuck it in, shut the door and everything was ok until I went to turn on the microwave at the plug (I'm in the UK), my right hand was on the microwave not sure if it was the metal side panel or the buttons, and I turned on the plug with my left, and I got a pretty bitching shock on both my fingers, anyone have any idea what the hell just happened? The microwave was ok to use after that, and heated my tea up alright with a couple plastic gloves, but still kinda worried about using it from now on. It was pretty shocking I guess you could say
User Name
User Name 2 dager siden
"Haaiii..." ... and another great video begins 😂
Björn Hanses
Björn Hanses 3 dager siden
Why are American electric panels so weird🤣
Nikolas Tye
Nikolas Tye 3 dager siden
Oh America and your weird ass Wire jackets. why not just use PVC insulation
TopazTK
TopazTK 3 dager siden
The people who know their shit, accept their mistakes. Great video as always.
chicken man
chicken man 4 dager siden
Anti short bushing we like to call em redheads 😃
Justin Mcvay
Justin Mcvay 4 dager siden
I need a mutimeter
Justin Mcvay
Justin Mcvay 4 dager siden
His house has not burnt down yet. good for him
Bollo mons
Bollo mons 4 dager siden
in germany we call it "knorzen" whitch is iligeal
Gorkha Engineering
Gorkha Engineering 5 dager siden
👁 👁 👃 👄
undrpas
undrpas 5 dager siden
your channel is very good at both educating young electricians and instilling the fear of death in them
Malak Daigneault
Malak Daigneault 6 dager siden
Have you ever heard of cold electricity or teslas easy to reproduce hair pin circuit? Whats your thoughts on it?
Brian Beauchamp
Brian Beauchamp 6 dager siden
I learned so much from this video, it's nuts. Thank you for doing this update.
it's me BryanGh0stboi
it's me BryanGh0stboi 7 dager siden
8:06 DAYLIGHT SAVINGS TIME
Tim Parkhurst
Tim Parkhurst 7 dager siden
Official member of the Romex on the outside of your house club now!
Logan Diener
Logan Diener 7 dager siden
You and Michael reeves are like long lost brothers
Bavo Kegels
Bavo Kegels 8 dager siden
Dammit you puth it sideway's again
Covodex
Covodex 9 dager siden
imagine some americans complaining about heating outside with a super efficient infrared heater; while their whole country literally does the same thing all year around with super inefficient air conditioning systems.
Pheeb Hello
Pheeb Hello 10 dager siden
No gas emissions, oh btw my electric comes from coal.
J Wydłubak
J Wydłubak 10 dager siden
Basically breakers are there to protect only wires and not equipment attached. Burnt wires are hard to replace and in wooden building burning wires pose a serious threat. Breakers protect wires. There are cases when you want to protect equipment too, but most probably equipment manual describes how to do it.
Midaysnack
Midaysnack 11 dager siden
Are the anti shorts those weird plastic things on pole wires during construction of buildings?
Jazween A
Jazween A 11 dager siden
Hello pls say the reason why don't you respond to the comments?
Ben S.
Ben S. 11 dager siden
European (German) here. What is the name of these silver "thingies" around the wires that go from/to the outlet? It's like a protective sleeve for multiple cables. I'd like to look up if we have those too (never seen one around here) but need the name to research.
wizard3z castor
wizard3z castor 4 dager siden
you mean the armored cable its like your underground cable without the outer steel braid and rubber sheath think like metal flexie? and yes it can come with a rubber sheath for wet locations and underground. its called mc (metal clad armor cable)
Vincenzo The Gamer
Vincenzo The Gamer 12 dager siden
No you can not leave it 30 amps, check the cec. There is a specific section for heaters. Also if the outlet is still sharing the same breaker as the heater that is also a code violation
Alex C
Alex C 12 dager siden
FWIW gas heating is more environmentally friendly than electric heating IF your electricity comes from fossil fuels
Summanus
Summanus 12 dager siden
Bruh, soon you might start having lightning powers the more you electrocuted yourself. Lol
Bket007
Bket007 13 dager siden
4:50 ahhahaha
Janos Nagy J.
Janos Nagy J. 13 dager siden
9:37 What are inside those "High Quality Instrument" boxes, straight from China? :) Maybe... some GIVEAWAY? :) givmidascope! :D
Siddharth Sharma
Siddharth Sharma 13 dager siden
I am here watching these videos because I was not able to get time to watch them. Forgive me MEHDI for I have failed you.
not black
not black 14 dager siden
If you open your breaker box more frequently then keep it open so you can fall in love with the components, specially for Mehdi
Gabriel Gonzales
Gabriel Gonzales 15 dager siden
It's so funny when he gets electrized and makes me laugh that I fart 😂😂😂😂
Baccar Wozat
Baccar Wozat 15 dager siden
"Short" comings? I sincerely hope so
Brian Barefoot Burns
Brian Barefoot Burns 15 dager siden
Electrical engineers and electricians are two very different kinds of people.
darkwyndigo
darkwyndigo 16 dager siden
You are the best and funny
Avinash Dwivedi
Avinash Dwivedi 17 dager siden
Bruh! I got frightened again due this explosion at 8:06 .😭
Hyphnix
Hyphnix 17 dager siden
Finally a video in which MEHDI didnt get shocked...😂♥️♥️
Santeri Härkänen
Santeri Härkänen 17 dager siden
HOW ARE YOU ALIVE MAN
MISSINGNO
MISSINGNO 18 dager siden
why does mehdi look like a balding simon cowell
alun roberts
alun roberts 18 dager siden
Your wiring is nothing like in the UK. I understand some of the ways you do it. I do like the metal clad wiring.
alun roberts
alun roberts 4 dager siden
@wizard3z castor We don't split our transformers for two 120 V lines it don't work that way. We can use a step down we don't split. look Up in the BS7671 books
wizard3z castor
wizard3z castor 4 dager siden
its a lot like the uk we just split our transformer for two 120 lines but we can combine both phases and use your appliances provided they can run at 60 hertz i use a gb kettle and hair dryer. also i use your outdoor outlet and enclosure with a special home made adapter you should see the looks of pple when they try to steal my power their little plug trying to fit lol. same principle neutral, hot leg and earth. except most of our 240 appliances are balanced and dont need neutral . o and where not fannies we dont mind a little jolt and ash from plugging and unplugging no switches on our outlets and we just started to use shutters on them lol
Peyton Conrady
Peyton Conrady 20 dager siden
I, Robot: 7:28
DetectiveChicken
DetectiveChicken 20 dager siden
Hey, please do more Latitty
Robert Barrie
Robert Barrie 22 dager siden
I want to become an electrician, and this guy has taught me more than my high school can.
Reeve Kook
Reeve Kook 22 dager siden
That’s pretty interesting, every single breaker I’ve messed with usually has a set current to trip at. Let’s say you have a 20 amp breaker, if the current reaches 20 A or more, the breaker will more or less immediately trip. This might be some sort of special breaker I’ve never heard of. I even searched an educational video on the topic, the video explained that a breaker will trip immediately if the current goes above its rating, or is directly shorted. Am I overthinking this or this is just how breakers worked all along, and if that’s true then none of the breakers I’ve installed worked that way.
wizard3z castor
wizard3z castor 4 dager siden
most breakers have two types of tripping an immediate rush of current like a dead short will trip an eletromagnet switch and if your gradually pulling to many amps/watts there is a bi-metal temp switch tht heats up and trips. this is a great channel explains a lot in simple terms nosections.info/green/1Wqoh4yApp9rm6o/video.html
Chuah Xinn Tze
Chuah Xinn Tze 25 dager siden
Mehdi and us are learning new things from each others... As long as that is happening... Medhi will be my teacher... always will be... This is why Mehdi deserve lots of subs
Soruk42
Soruk42 25 dager siden
I must admit to initially being confused why you'd need 30A for just 4kW. Then watching the video realised you're not in 240V-land.
wizard3z castor
wizard3z castor 4 dager siden
nosections.info/green/y4KdjKGMm2p_1Zk/video.html he technically cld have used 12 gauge wire and a dble pole 20amp making it a 4800 watt circuit using 16.7 amps
Michael Huber
Michael Huber 26 dager siden
Why the hack are you still using these horrible connectors ("wire nuts") over there??? I live in Germany and here WAGO-terminals are the STANDARD. They aren't expencive at all, small, very easy to use and most importantly very safe. They are like 10$ for 50 or 100 WAGO's. Please try them and you will realize what pieces of junk you have been using before.
wizard3z castor
wizard3z castor 4 dager siden
they perfectly fine if you twist wires first and use wirenuts as an insulator only unfortunately pple use them as a connector. i myself prefer copper crimps and plastic sleeves nosections.info/green/tp-AnZOlh6GQuMw/video.html i have started to use wagos for earths and fixtures easy to remove and reuse
-ƸӜƷ-
-ƸӜƷ- 26 dager siden
Nice! So in canada, it's okay to do your own home mains wiring and have it approved by the youtube ESA inspector, eh?
wizard3z castor
wizard3z castor 4 dager siden
same in most of the usa and some areas you dont even need a permit and inspection( to bad my state is not one) but nowhere near as bad as some lol
PoTaTo_ GaMeR30
PoTaTo_ GaMeR30 28 dager siden
Do that microwave thing that u saw on reddit and u promised to us
lostsou5555555
lostsou5555555 28 dager siden
Do flash graphene!
Ryan Huber
Ryan Huber 29 dager siden
4:35 mech-uh-niz-um
Ghostride
Ghostride 29 dager siden
Electroboom both hilarious and informational 👌👌
not black
not black 29 dager siden
Happy birthday Mehdi! It's on 13th January so happy birthday
Giuseppe Turitto
Giuseppe Turitto 29 dager siden
Now you need to replace all those Connector Nuts with Lever Wire Connectors.
Malix
Malix 29 dager siden
US/Canadian electric work is just funny compared to european xD In eastern europe "live lines" we only got in main breakers like for whole apartment block from 1980's, big fuses, you even cannot tie together two breakers. only thing better i see is that you have an metal cord saving from drilling it, we mostly use plastic
wizard3z castor
wizard3z castor 4 dager siden
o dont be fooled we use mostly plastic in n.america only real craftsman will use mc but i prefer to use ridged softwall conduit (saves a ton of clips and looks neater and easier to paint)or schedule 40 pvc for underground or wet areas we have rubber vinyl coated mc for flexibility areas like connecting to appliances
De paus van de Lilith Kerk
Global warming & Corona pandamic....... Please just keep to what you know (electric engineering) instead of promoting propaganda BS.
Team ArVes
Team ArVes Måned siden
BooM👍🤓👍
The Cc Twins Outdoor And Gaming
Never hier electroBOOM to fix ur house wire.
Connor Egan
Connor Egan 22 dager siden
Never hire this guy to grade spelling work.
Chitwan Verma
Chitwan Verma Måned siden
Too good than 5min craft
Isidore klein monding
Big fan man
Isidore klein monding
Comedy videos 😂😂😂😂😂😂😂
ElitexEffect
ElitexEffect Måned siden
5:20 That makes no sense. Are you guys trying to tell us that there is a significant chance that electricity will jump to the wood INSTEAD OF THE GROUNDED METAL BREAKER BOX.
wizard3z castor
wizard3z castor 4 dager siden
no not electricity sparks or flame some of us will try to seal up gaps or use metal connecters to make a firestop. i prefer to use cement board all around panel/distribution board but thts overkill to most
UserCid
UserCid Måned siden
Turns out you did it all wrong and are going to have to demolish the whole house and start over
stevewassailing
stevewassailing Måned siden
so many code infractions. No you can't put a 17Amp load on 30Amps. 80% non continuous duty and over current is for protection when it fails...not operation. You haven't bonded the armour of the cable to All boxes which is a shock hazard. Worse, and no there is no special code for you...you cannot combine a 30Amp receptacle with a heat circuit. It's called too much load....and when you forget that your jankie EV changer circuit is running and your kid turns on the outdoor heat...over load...fire...neighbours house burns too...old neighbour grandma doesn't make it out...no insurance...bye bye house and pray when the coroners inquest takes you from your family because you posted proof on YT.... "engineers" no nothing about installation...leave it to the electricians....and stick to electronics....at least you do that safely.
vitor stone
vitor stone Måned siden
looool
SamGoated
SamGoated Måned siden
The saddest day is when electroboom get electrocuted :(
kenny
kenny Måned siden
awesome video as always m8, wish i had an electrician like yourself here to fix some..well..things..in my house :P
TheGreatUnknown
TheGreatUnknown Måned siden
After rewatching this i want that $0.10 giveaway
MADHUKESH N P
MADHUKESH N P Måned siden
m.nosections.info/green/2ah2f311lo1p1sw/video.html
Nicolas Daniel Laskosky Mota
Omg first world problems.... Spark flying on the wood? I've been an electrician for 10 years now and never had any problem with that. If sparks are flying inside the power box, wood is the least of your problems.
RushilG
RushilG Måned siden
So when you gonna show us your team
EarrapeXD
EarrapeXD Måned siden
Hi
Grilllou
Grilllou Måned siden
why even use metal jacket wires ? can anyone explain im from swiss and we just use gum/plastik jacket wire.
wizard3z castor
wizard3z castor 4 dager siden
ya our codes state(most of n.america) cables cannot be exposed to immediate puncture or stress damage so you cant have non metallic sheathed wires just running across easily exposed walls or floors tht cld be brushed, hit or pulled on or running thru joists in exposed ceilings(pple will hang clothes from them and other items. i myself would have used either softwall conduit or my first choice schedule 40 pvc(you only need a clip every 1.3 meters) to a j-box within .3 meters away from heater than go with a .75meter flexible weathertight conduit to the fixture/heater.(something like this www.homedepot.com/p/Southwire-4-ft-8-2-Ultra-Whip-Liquidtight-Flexible-Non-Metallic-PVC-Conduit-Cable-Whip-55311401/307478862?source=shoppingads&locale=en-US&mtc=Shopping-VF-F_D27E-G-D27E-27_4_WIRE-MULTI-NA-Feed-PLA-NA-NA-WIRE&cm_mmc=Shopping-VF-F_D27E-G-D27E-27_4_WIRE-MULTI-NA-Feed-PLA-NA-NA-WIRE-71700000033102394-58700003868933539-92700048704108416&gclid=Cj0KCQiAvvKBBhCXARIsACTePW_XXVoCydhaMXAwLWDpQ0dzSTHXg5_VkPALWpVrpzXRWdYrQAbJWvAaAitvEALw_wcB&gclsrc=aw.ds )his method dose pass code (bare minimum standards) where my method wld be more on the more professional longer lasting aesthetically more appealing looking not to mention you can paint the pvc too
Arnav Bhagwat
Arnav Bhagwat Måned siden
His the old Elon mouk
Simon Prescott
Simon Prescott Måned siden
I love this random giveaway 😂7:22
minecraft
minecraft Måned siden
Tell how to make a uv light for plants
Abhishek Rajpurohit
Abhishek Rajpurohit Måned siden
Big fan of yours 😃😊😇🤗
Immy
Immy Måned siden
"Does heating outside contribute to global warming?" I do remember one Scifi story where humanity found out cheap, clean source of energy and almost caused global warming event anyway, because everyone stopped bothering with saving energy and waste heat from stuff almost led to climate catastrophe. Then again Clarke probably didn't take into account energy efficient stuff that might be invented in preceding years (or years after his death).
Nad Senoj
Nad Senoj Måned siden
I pressed the like button, for the eyebrows.
Cablesmith Electrical
JUICY NOsections MONEY ! 😂
MDev
MDev Måned siden
Im from EU. Why do you use that metal jacket? Am I missing something?
wizard3z castor
wizard3z castor 4 dager siden
ya our codes state(most of n.america) cables cannot be exposed to immediate puncture or stress damage so you cant have non metallic sheathed wires just running across easily exposed walls or floors tht cld be brushed, hit or pulled on or running thru joists in exposed ceilings(pple will hang clothes from them and other items. i myself would have used either softwall conduit or my first choice schedule 40 pvc(you only need a clip every 1.3 meters) to a j-box within .3 meters away from heater than go with a .75meter flexible weathertight conduit to the fixture/heater.(something like this www.homedepot.com/p/Southwire-4-ft-8-2-Ultra-Whip-Liquidtight-Flexible-Non-Metallic-PVC-Conduit-Cable-Whip-55311401/307478862?source=shoppingads&locale=en-US&mtc=Shopping-VF-F_D27E-G-D27E-27_4_WIRE-MULTI-NA-Feed-PLA-NA-NA-WIRE&cm_mmc=Shopping-VF-F_D27E-G-D27E-27_4_WIRE-MULTI-NA-Feed-PLA-NA-NA-WIRE-71700000033102394-58700003868933539-92700048704108416&gclid=Cj0KCQiAvvKBBhCXARIsACTePW_XXVoCydhaMXAwLWDpQ0dzSTHXg5_VkPALWpVrpzXRWdYrQAbJWvAaAitvEALw_wcB&gclsrc=aw.ds )his method dose pass code (bare minimum standards) where my method wld be more on the more professional longer lasting aesthetically more appealing looking not to mention you can paint the pvc too
Thiago D R Duarte
Thiago D R Duarte Måned siden
he mad.
Locke567
Locke567 Måned siden
even stuff like this is fun to watch with you in it Also: safety is important
Alexander Arknæs
Alexander Arknæs Måned siden
Luv your videos i learn something too and dont mind my profiler picture ❤️
grease grizzly
grease grizzly Måned siden
*Hits like at **7:30*
MHlichtengeluid
MHlichtengeluid Måned siden
alwese amazed that it is all metal, the cable guards, the power outled houses, etc. even no grounding of the metal outleds. it's all plastic on the other side of the ocean
Jacob Aikey
Jacob Aikey Måned siden
the anti-short device also works great in a pinch to remove fuel lines on most modern cars...
柳岑焉
柳岑焉 Måned siden
博士,那是分压电流保險断电器,不累压咔,电压量吸跳断电,,,。
TheSunExpress
TheSunExpress Måned siden
"We use two *janged* breakers" LOL
Informedia Tech - BRUNO
those metal fitings in electrics are not allowed in europe
wizard3z castor
wizard3z castor 4 dager siden
@Informedia Tech - BRUNO lol i thought all europe homes where stone you always make fun off our matchstick houses in N.america
Informedia Tech - BRUNO
@wizard3z castor because ite UK now you know why sometimes houses burn down and only fireplace is left and chimney
wizard3z castor
wizard3z castor 4 dager siden
the glands they are a lot like your armored cable ones as long as you use the anti shorts no sharp edges to cut into cables hell ive seen a lot of GB panels they dont use any glands or gaskets- cables just bang around into sharp edges lol
Gueli844
Gueli844 Måned siden
Heaters are 100% efficient, change my mind.
wizard3z castor
wizard3z castor 4 dager siden
its true for every 1watt consumed is 1 btu of heat.
Kyle Tighe
Kyle Tighe Måned siden
Welcome to the life of an electrician LMAO
Mikepet
Mikepet Måned siden
My god, American, or Canadian for that matter, cabeling looks so Horrible, poorly made, cheap, and flimsy if you know what it looks like in Germany/Austria.
wizard3z castor
wizard3z castor 4 dager siden
not the preferred way to do it i myself would have used either softwall conduit or my first choice schedule 40 pvc(you only need a clip every 1.3 meters) to a j-box within .3 meters away from heater than go with a .75meter flexible weathertight conduit to the fixture/heater.(something like this www.homedepot.com/p/Southwire-4-ft-8-2-Ultra-Whip-Liquidtight-Flexible-Non-Metallic-PVC-Conduit-Cable-Whip-55311401/307478862?source=shoppingads&locale=en-US&mtc=Shopping-VF-F_D27E-G-D27E-27_4_WIRE-MULTI-NA-Feed-PLA-NA-NA-WIRE&cm_mmc=Shopping-VF-F_D27E-G-D27E-27_4_WIRE-MULTI-NA-Feed-PLA-NA-NA-WIRE-71700000033102394-58700003868933539-92700048704108416&gclid=Cj0KCQiAvvKBBhCXARIsACTePW_XXVoCydhaMXAwLWDpQ0dzSTHXg5_VkPALWpVrpzXRWdYrQAbJWvAaAitvEALw_wcB&gclsrc=aw.ds )his method dose pass code (bare minimum standards) where my method wld be more on the more professional longer lasting aesthetically more appealing looking not to mention you can paint the pvc too
Bhairav pardiwala
Bhairav pardiwala Måned siden
Like your videos . I think a good topic I would like to see is regarding ethernet datacables in wall does and don'ts etc .I know you will uncover intresting stuff aside from the usual
Chris Moore
Chris Moore Måned siden
Wiring in Canada and the US looks terrible compared to the UK.
wizard3z castor
wizard3z castor 4 dager siden
ive seen the same done with plastic flexie from GB sparks looks the same and not as durable as the metalclad he used i myself wld have used a softwall conduit or even better schedule 40 pvc conduit
Colombia el parce
Colombia el parce Måned siden
im surprised that this guys body didnt has already electricity inmunity
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