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Is it safe to replace my own damaged electrical outlet?

Usually
6%
Sometimes
48%
Rarely
13%
Never
27%
Unsure
3%
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Question: Is it safe to replace my own damaged electrical outlet?
Top Answer (48% of 29 votes): Sometimes.

Answer: Sometimes
Explanation: only if you know what you're doing
Roche Electric & Consulting
Answer: Rarely
Explanation: There might be something else inside of the box that is difficult to see without experience/training.
Aegis Electric LLC
Answer: Sometimes
Explanation: If you are familiar with electrical systems it is usually a fairly easy task. However, it is usually best to allow an experienced professional complete to reduce the risk of electrical shock, shorts or fires.
Construct Boss
ProMatcher
Answer: Unsure
Explanation: Depends on what you know as an individual, but normally you should hire a licensed electrician
My Electrician
Answer: Sometimes
Explanation: If you can handle this task, make sure power is off
Advanced Electrical and Energy
Answer: Sometimes
Explanation: Unless you are comfortable with working on your own electrical wiring, I would suggest hiring a pro to do it. No matter what you should never work on a circuit that has power on it.
Seabreeze Electric
ProMatcher
Answer: Rarely
Explanation: Most home owners are not compatent
Jove Electric
Answer: Sometimes
Explanation: Depending on the nature of the replacement
Advanced Home Automation
Answer: Sometimes
Explanation: If you hook up the wire connections correctly.
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