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what causes electric power to go off and on. This isn't a tripped circut.  All of the power in the house goes off and on just like flipping a light switch off and on.

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Shutoff all power in your house and then one-by-one turn on each appliance to see if is a cause of the problem. Your house circuit may not be strong enough to run everything in your home

Loose lugs holding the wires to the fuse/ breaker box.

Tighten all the screws in the fuse/breaker box one at a time, being very careful not to touch anything else in the box but the screws. Stand on a peice of dry wood to protect yourself from electrical shock while tightning.

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