How To Repair A Fuse
In this day and age of electricity, our homes are full of electrical appliances. They work by drawing electricity from the electrical connections that are provided by the electricity department. This electricity comes to us via an electric meter, which in turn is connected to a fuse wire provided in the cut-out that regulates the supply of electricity. It is nothing but a small arrangement in which a copper or an aluminum wire of a very slim width is wound around two connecting points. Whenever we draw electricity or there is fluctuation in the voltage, in excess of the capacity of the fuse, the wire melts. This results in the power breakdown in our homes. Most of us have become very adept in repairing the fuse wire. All we have to do is to take another similar kind of wire. Put off the main switch and take out the cut-out from its socket. Then unwind the melted wire and place another wire in place of it. Now wind it once again. And put the cut-out in its socket in its place inside the junction box. Now switch on the main switch. The supply of current starts once again.