i have outside electrical throughout my backyard. Two spotlights in two different large pines and I believe it is the same wiring for the light switch in the shed. I have a separate circuit breaker panel in the garage for the two zone central air which I think carries the outside electrical lines. the reason i know this the lights on the detached garage went out once and the circuit breaker in the box in the garage tripped. No tripped circuit breaker this time. the lines on the tree are in pvc pipe for protection..What could some easier diagnosis be? The switch in the shed also has a receptacle to plug things in. The wiring was done by an electrician by the previous owner.
June 08, 2020
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