If you live in a home with an electric outlet, you’re probably familiar with the term “factory reset” — an act of resetting your appliances to factory settings.
But what happens if the outlet breaks?
What if the battery runs out?
What if the appliance you just bought isn’t working?
What about your thermostat?
If your home is running out of power, you probably know how to solve these issues by replacing the breaker, or the circuit breaker, on the outlet.
The problem, however, is that you’ll have to do some work to install the new outlet.