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Occasionally though, you move into a place that doesn't have a three-prong outlet where you need one, so how do you remedy the situation?

You switch out your two-prong for a three-prong, but there's a lot to consider before you start rewiring your apartment.

Many people think that fuses are unsafe, but this couldn’t be further from the truth.

A properly installed fuse is just as safe as a circuit breaker, but there are many reasons why fused homes can have problems, and I’ll discuss a few of the most common problems.

The technology involves using a much greater range of frequencies on copper cables.

Because copper is very prone to interference, or “cross talk,” between nearby lines, this is continuously measured—and a noise-canceling signal is generated to counteract it.

In a new home, a kitchen will typically have one circuit for the dishwasher, one for the disposer, two for the countertop outlets, one for the lights, and another for the microwave and fridge.

This is a minimal installation, and many electricians will also put the fridge on its own circuit, and have another 240 volt circuit for an electric range.

But, what can you do about old 2-wire nongrounding-type receptacles, where no ground exists in the outlet box? 210-7(d)(3) permits any of the following installations when replacing a 2-wire ungrounded receptacle: (a) Replace it with another 2-wire receptacle; (b) Replace it with a GFCI-type receptacle and mark the receptacle with the words “No Equipment Ground;” or (c) Replace it with a grounding-type receptacle protected by a GFCI device (circuit breaker or receptacle).250-148 for the proper method of terminating equipment-grounding conductors within receptacle outlet boxes.Knob-and-tube wiring Two-wire (nongrounding) circuits are often part of knob-and-tube wiring.Circuit breakers are designed to trip when too much current passes through for too long a period of time. A typical 60 amp fuse box might have one 240 volt circuit for an air conditioner or electric range, plus four more fuses for the rest of the wiring in the home.Circuit breakers can be reset after they trip, which is a huge advantage over fuses, but they don’t add any level of safety. Compared to the minimum number of circuits required today, this is totally insufficient.Tools A drill or screwdriver Flat head bit Phillips head bit An extended Phillips head bit Outlet tester Grounding wire, if needed Needle nose pliers with rubber or non-metal grip New wall outlet -- a standard three prong if you're building is grounded or a GFCI (Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter) if it's not 1.