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Troubleshooting an appliances requires first identifying the cause of the problem. This requires you to use your senses to find the problem and evaluate the cause. Check for any burnt or oily elements. Also, look out for other external factors that may be affecting the appliance. The symptom may disappear, but that does not necessarily mean the problem is solved.
Inspect the socket to make sure there are no loose connections. A multimeter can be used to verify the electrical wiring if a fixture's light bulb is not working. If the bulbs fail to light, it could be that the wiring is the problem. A professional electrician can check for loose connections in the wiring. A circuit that is overloaded can cause an appliance to experience an electric shock. To determine the source of an overload in a circuit, contact your power company.