If you have a Garbage Disposal that has stopped working, it could be an electrical problem. If this happens call State-Wide Electric who can come to your home and diagnose the problem. If your Garbage Disposal cable became loose, it could fall off and create potentially dangerous circumstances.
Not every Garbage Disposal has the same requirements, so if you are installing or replacing a Garbage Disposal in your home call State-Wide Electric to ensure it is installed correctly according to the applicable codes and manufacturer’s instructions. Like refrigerators, all types of Garbage Disposal wiring require a dedicated type of a connector at the appliance wall penetration.
Some communities do not allow Garbage Disposals because of limits on sewer capacity. Make sure you are familiar with all the rules and possibilities before you intend to install one.
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