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Use your electric wire detector to find out exactly where the wires run through the walls. Use the wire detector and concentrate on the specific areas where you suspect wires to be. A wire detector is simply a type of metal detector that is able to detect the presence of metallic objects in your walls.
Frequent electrical surges. Sags and dips in power. Light switches not working properly. Circuit breaker tripping frequently. Circuit overload. Lights too bright or dim. Electrical shocks. High electrical bill.
Turn the multimeter settings knob to "continuity." The continuity setting is indicated by a small microphone symbol. Place the negative multimeter probe, the black one, on one end of the wire you want to test for continuity. Look at the monitor on the multimeter.
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You regularly hear unusual or odd background noises and/or clicks when using the phone. Your phone has trouble maintaining battery life or the battery continuously stays warm even when in idle mode.
If you need to find the wires inside your walls, you'll probably want a non-invasive way to look for them. After all, without a method to your madness, you'd just be hammering unsightly holes through your drywall in a vain attempt to cross paths with your wires.
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