The homeowner said that an outlet in their home "felt loose when plugging things in". When the faceplate was removed it fell into three pieces.
A/C With Aluminum Wiring
A customers A/C unit kept tripping the breaker even though it had been recently serviced. Upon checking the panel, both of the aluminum wires to the A/C unit were very loose and one was sparking. If your home has aluminum wiring please consider replacing it or using proper connectors to make it safe.
A customers refrigerator quit working, but the freezer was still working. After removing all of the trays inside and then the coil covers, the issue was found to be a fan that had gone bad (black box above coil in bottom left photo). After replacing it the fan with a matching model, the refrigerator now works like new.
DC patio fan was wired using a lamp cord. Burrow and Son replaced it with wiremold and install a new outdoor rated fan.
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These photos are examples of why you should always seek the services of a licensed electrician, or else you could find yourself with issues such as these. The photos also highlight why we always prefer to give our estimate on-site and in person. You never know what you're going to find when you start opening up outlets and switch covers.