Unplug the cord (if plugged in) from the receptacle under the sink, plug in an item in the same receptacle (don’t plug into open receptacle that can be used for the dishwasher or disposal and will give you a false testing) that you know is in working operation. If your item operates, then power to this receptacle is working. Sometimes on the bottom of the disposal there is a button that is a reset for the device. Try pushing in; once reset, plug into same receptacle and test. If still not working, you need to call a plumber.
Call Spyrka Electric Today!
- Outdoor Lighting in Sonoma California
- The Lowest Commercial Electrician in Santa Rosa Isn’t Always the Best
- Residential Electricians Santa Rosa CA: What You Didn’t Know You Could Learn
- 10 Common Electrical Problems Your Electrician Can Solve
- Bathroom Fan Noise?How to Stop It
- 5 Traits and Qualities of a Good Electrician
- Residential Electrician: 3 Secrets to Preventing Electrical Overloads
- The Pros and Cons of Cat5 Cabling for Home Networks
- Spyrka Repair: 7 Most Common Residential Electrical Repairs
- Commercial Electricians Santa Rosa: Build Smart
- Humming Ceiling Fan? Here’s What’s Causing It
- Can I Install my Own Backup Generator?
- Electrical Work Santa Rosa: Do You Really Need a Licensed Electrician?
- When to Make Electrical Panel Upgrades in Santa Rosa
- From Dead Zones to Smart Home with Home Networking
- Why you Need a Santa Rosa Electrician
- Bought a House with a Fuse Box? What to Know
- Why You Can’t Ignore Knob & Tube Wiring
- Ground Fault Protection: Why, When, & Where
- Why Your Business Needs a Back Up Generator