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BlueDragon321

Power in my room went off?

Only in my room.. I had my fan on for quite a while. For like 3 hours, because the summer heat was making me sweat like a pig. I turned on my PC, and few minutes later, bam the lights went off and so did my PC. What the heck just happened? I'm using my phone to ask, just so you know.

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The circuit breaker blew out. Turn off your fan and find the breaker box. One of them will be tripped - it will look not quite right in position. Move it into position, and stuff will come back on. You just overloaded the circuit.

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Go to the breaker box and flip the bedroom switch on

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lol :D just the electric current had be cutted,maybe due to electric overload, gonna come back In a while don't worry :D

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I guess you has spent more electricity than you should in your house (Actually that isn't that less.), so, it seems that the fuse box has stopped providing your room with electricity. Check it out, then you can see the lever for your room is down. Or. it might be so due to power outrage.

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Call electrician

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It sounds like a circuit was flipped, or a fuse was blown. Find your circuit breaker or fuse box. Find the circuit that's switched off or if it's a fuse, you'll have to figure out which on goes to your room (there will be a guide on the door), and change the fuse.

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Your circuit breaker broke get a new one. In the mean time go to your breaker box and flip the switch

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