Electric Patio Heater Wiring and Installation

11 dec. 2020
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I installed a 4000W patio heater and wired 240 Volts! YOU make sure to consult a licensed electrician for all your local codes and regulations!
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  • Ok BOOMers! Just make sure to do this kind of electrician work, consult with your local regulations and licensed specialists before setting your house on fire! I might be missing things here or there in my process... hopefully not!! And see my video at @Mehditation on how I chose the heater: roworld.info/done/video/s6rLoHe7qrqFo7w

    ElectroBOOMElectroBOOMAcum 2 luni
    • @mareks raibacis It will probably be boring for Medhi because such an installation is an absolute NO in Europe

      PeterPeterAcum o Zi
    • In Texas that power bill would be your net worth

      Dildo ShwaginsDildo ShwaginsAcum 5 Zile
    • MY Physics teacher! I saw Chinese people especially like you!

      Okanna BlueOkanna BlueAcum 2 luni
    • As an electrician I love this channel

      Edward McgeeEdward McgeeAcum 2 luni
    • Dont do this with live wires.. cut the house power.. cut it.. please!.. but it is rather funny to see this guy risk his life lol

      Nathan SNathan SAcum 2 luni
  • 7:47. That is what she said 🤣🤣🤣

    Theme parks pops and more!Theme parks pops and more!Acum 4 ore
  • I lost it when the breaker didn't pop and instead the shower head just bursts into flames.

    Avellar3000Avellar3000Acum 4 ore
  • Bless you bro, you made me laugh a lot today!!!

    Rex DraconisRex DraconisAcum 15 ore
  • Hi

    VIVEK SINGHVIVEK SINGHAcum 18 ore
  • I guess indoor use requires less power. But heating your (tiny) house with those will require special cables anyway.

    AlexAlexAcum 22 ore
  • 👁 👁 👃 👄

    Gorkha EngineeringGorkha EngineeringAcum o Zi
  • Wonder if it burnt down yet?

    Justin McvayJustin McvayAcum o Zi
  • I love how he really knows what he's doing but acts like he don't lol

    Darin MarainDarin MarainAcum o Zi
  • One question , why didn't you put the switch outside I mean if you're outside and you wanna turn on or off the heater you have to go inside to the garage ?

    Fares MdallelFares MdallelAcum o Zi
  • 8:12 I really thought that was a chainsaw...

    yatin singhyatin singhAcum 2 Zile
  • This one got an actual laugh out of me when the small test heater burst into flames

    TraditionTraditionAcum 2 Zile
  • مراقب خودت باش 😂😂

    Fly to the LegendsFly to the LegendsAcum 2 Zile
  • I GOT REALLY SCARED AT THE BOOM THING

    Ksharyan MavaleKsharyan MavaleAcum 3 Zile
  • isnt your heater going to turn on when ever you use your 240 plug if they are both connected to the switch? wouldn't that cause a bigger load having them both on? why didn't you just use 2 switch's instead.? future video :)

    Matas 3D CreationsMatas 3D CreationsAcum 3 Zile
  • Can you tell me which heater you decided on? I need to install two of these in different locations

    David KasdanDavid KasdanAcum 3 Zile
  • حاج آقا چرا از سیم افشان استفاده نمیکنید؟ استانداردی چزیه ؟

    Ali RezaeiAli RezaeiAcum 3 Zile
  • 5 days later Electroboom: guys guess what my house burned down 😑

    JUSTJAYJUSTJAYAcum 4 Zile
  • also to pay more tax... lol

    aditya neupaneaditya neupaneAcum 4 Zile
  • خخخخخخخخ سلام دایی میتونی فارسی بخونی؟ ایول خیلی باهالی هم وطنی که تو کانادایی خخخخخخخخ

    محمد مهدی طالبیمحمد مهدی طالبیAcum 5 Zile
  • Yu ar smart

    Zayd hilwaniZayd hilwaniAcum 5 Zile
  • 3:02 engineers when they round up the safety factor

    Fedora CheetoFedora CheetoAcum 5 Zile
  • What surprises me is the number of homeowners that own an oscillating tool for basic stuff like that, vs the number of tradespeople (that have seen how freaking versatile they are) who own them. So few professionals use them and it baffles me. Such a nice little tool

    Justin McKeeJustin McKeeAcum 5 Zile
  • Going to poison yourself with radiation next vide getting radiation treatment

    Harsha PaladuguHarsha PaladuguAcum 5 Zile
  • I may not be affluent enough to be your patreon but I sat through 2 wcomplete ads to show my apreciation for your content.

    u b 3u b 3Acum 5 Zile
  • Countries to definitely not work as an electrician in: 1) Canada 2) USA Thank God I'm from Germany

    _NonameHD__NonameHD_Acum 5 Zile
  • This man is talking about amps like I’m understand itHAHAHAH

    Jamil StandarJamil StandarAcum 5 Zile
  • How is this man simultaneously the smartest yet dumbest person alive?

    Iosif DzhugashviliIosif DzhugashviliAcum 5 Zile
  • " testing testing one two three"😂😂

    mad Antia-Obongmad Antia-ObongAcum 5 Zile
  • 5:04 Things not to do # 69, nice, yeah, nice electroshock coming

    Marco SrmMarco SrmAcum 6 Zile
  • As a certified Electrician i can point out many errors that would not pass inspection. No bushings on the end of your MC cable and not cutting it with a proper MC splitter is the first thing to get called out. Your installation on the heater side actually looks ok (if not missing the bushing); but your electrical box connections were piss poor. That's an illegal connection inside your panel, you needed to have a connector with bushing in the knock out; your wiring in the junction boxes was cut to short, need at least 6" outside the junction boxes. #1 you should have cut a 16" rectangle in the drywall above the panel and ran the wire from the top and than screwed the rectangle panel back into the studs. Yea, what you did will work, but damn that looks like shit. I still love ya though :)

    Sulucion 6ToneSulucion 6ToneAcum 6 Zile
  • As an electrician, you only broke all of the guidelines we’re supposed to follow. Running mc is fairly easy and at any point the mc is cut, a plastic bushing should be installed so that the connector doesn’t crush the metal sheath and cut through the coating on the wire... also use two “one hole straps” with one screw in between to make it look nicer coming down to your switch!

    Kirk BradleyKirk BradleyAcum 6 Zile
  • roworld.info/done/video/uJubh4fQrKiugto

    SUBHAM DEYSUBHAM DEYAcum 6 Zile
  • Now that i think of it why is the reference song that Dankpods use with his six hungeos is in here as background music?

    AntoniusAntoniusAcum 6 Zile
  • This is actually very satisfying to watch

    PrplDamaPrplDamaAcum 7 Zile
  • So far, learning as I watch your videos. Amazing to see you teach us something. Thank you for that and love videos. Very educational and entertaining. 👍👏

    DMC Dante88DMC Dante88Acum 7 Zile
  • Some times breakers take 4 to 5 seconds to pop

    I dont know why i made thisI dont know why i made thisAcum 7 Zile
  • It's always comforting to know that an electric shower head can burn underwater.

    WIFIGHOST CRUISERWIFIGHOST CRUISERAcum 7 Zile
  • I realise he lives in Canada, just like me, I plugged in a simple lamp the other day. Shorted my whole house, furnace got turned off, nothing worked for days.... I want his breaker lmao

    MegaTheshizMegaTheshizAcum 7 Zile
  • god i got so uncomfortable with how close you got to the panel while it was live

    jspikeball123jspikeball123Acum 8 Zile
  • As a Journeyman Electrician, this video makes me extremely happy. I often have to Google some things you talk about, and somethings just go over my head, but seeing you essentially do my job and struggling a bit was a wonderful feeling. Makes up for you understanding the technical side of things so much more than I do. Plus all the other videos involving you working with power tools... I've lost a bit of my hair and fingernails watching them, but also get a kick from them! Although I do hope most of them are purely comedic, because I'm a little surprised your hands are still intact and not completely scar tissue... I love what you're doing, and am grateful to have you as a resource and entertainment. Thank you, for everything you've been doing through the years. Never got involved in patreon before, but you're a good reason to start. Hell, with what I learn from you, I may just become a better electrician, which might generate a better paycheck, which just means subscribing to you would pay for itself!

    Tyler MilsapsTyler MilsapsAcum 8 Zile
  • hahaha

    Gungnir EstevasGungnir EstevasAcum 8 Zile
  • Hey man, you should put the switch on the outside and perhaps turn it into some kind of control in another video--like a temperature controller or something that can ramp the power up and down.

    Jean GadouryJean GadouryAcum 9 Zile
  • Bnnnnhnhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh really wants me and he is just a little bit better and he has no choice and I think I have to go get out of it and then just let me know what I can see and he said yes I will do ddddddddddddddddddddddddd dddddddddddddd on the way to the bank to see if you have a chance I gggggggggggg be there in a little more minutes and I will be back later to use a little bit later in a little while and then I’ll head back home to pick you guys a call later I love it I just got back to you see what if your mom is

    Luis CastilloLuis CastilloAcum 9 Zile
  • Our Outlets Support 230V/16A with 3680W, so the heater would probably be fine, maybe one or two tripping breakers

    marjozmarjozAcum 9 Zile
  • I think this is the first video where he has not electrocuted himself lol

    ivy spliitzivy spliitzAcum 9 Zile
  • As a sparky I was scared for you most of the video. I like your research and your original plan for where you would strap your wires though. Stay safe!

    Nico SandovalNico SandovalAcum 10 Zile
  • Best moment 14:16 😉

    GOOD FARMERGOOD FARMERAcum 10 Zile
  • WHY is alot of electrical components made out of metal in america ??? Suck as electrical boxes, pipes for cables etc. Like.. thats the one thing you dont want to have close to electricity. That stuff is all made of plastic here in sweden atleast. It just seem, sorry, dumb, to have it made of metal.

    Tobbe BTobbe BAcum 10 Zile
  • The breaker is sober for few years now, that's why he wasn't trippin.

    Toni MarkoskiToni MarkoskiAcum 10 Zile
  • I’m new to the channel, I’d seen some of your videos pop up on my timeline before but this last weekend I probably spent a good 12 hours watching your channel 😂 in summation you’ve got a new subscriber and a big fan 🙏🏾🙏🏾

    Jonathon ShoenJonathon ShoenAcum 10 Zile
  • fcking explosion scare the crap of me the fck

    HellixHellixAcum 11 Zile
  • a canadian electrition is a good electrition

    Aidan CP RailAidan CP RailAcum 11 Zile
  • This fuse box looks like it was designed in the 1930s or so

    Max ChipLoadMax ChipLoadAcum 12 Zile
  • I think Electroboom's last words will be "is this live?"

    LegoTekFan486LegoTekFan486Acum 12 Zile
  • nice job!

    bubbieebubbieeAcum 14 Zile
  • Now Comes the part where he has to go all the way to the garage to turn it on.

    chkn nugtchkn nugtAcum 14 Zile
  • 3:11 when the 30 amp breaker is sus

    Sean MackeySean MackeyAcum 15 Zile
  • Electrics are sooo different in the UK. I find Canadian electrics kinda creepy.

    Simon MartinSimon MartinAcum 15 Zile
  • Hi

    CantaloupeCantaloupeAcum 15 Zile
  • You are like a licensed professional. You just do stupid things to gain viewers. Right ????????

    Savita SharmaSavita SharmaAcum 15 Zile
    • a licensed homeowner

      SMK Taman SeraiSMK Taman SeraiAcum 6 Zile
  • 14:16 my soul said: alright. Imma head out.

    London WaltonLondon WaltonAcum 16 Zile
  • roworld.info/local/Hfh5lF8Pj7EoX9ZShRdgcA

    Wolf Aspen_PrinceWolf Aspen_PrinceAcum 17 Zile
  • How is it posible that the have cable in steel hose in europe its illegal to have power in steel pipes only pvc or plastic

    Electriccoolaid 0113Electriccoolaid 0113Acum 17 Zile
  • Absolutely love your videos man!

    Renaldo HarrilalRenaldo HarrilalAcum 17 Zile
  • jazz

    jp 2010jp 2010Acum 17 Zile
  • there is lot of type of breakers to use .. i mean ... a type B 20 A breaker will pop open faster and soon than a type C 20A breaker . type C or greater usually used for air condition units that in the beginning of compressor need hundreds of amps . a type B 16 A breaker will open immediately but type C will keep longer

    N҉O҉T҉I҉S҉ LN҉O҉T҉I҉S҉ LAcum 17 Zile
  • 5:23 LoL XD....

    Zaikowet G3xZaikowet G3xAcum 18 Zile
  • سلام آقا مهدی بچه کجای خیلی ویدوهات خوبه حال میکنم دمت گرم خسته نباشی

    Ali AhmadiAli AhmadiAcum 18 Zile
  • wow he didnt allmost die :/

    dragonboy Duedragonboy DueAcum 19 Zile
  • Industrial electrician , but not in Nth America, Truly hope you play more ignorant than you are.

    Ross FinchamRoss FinchamAcum 19 Zile
  • That breaker fills me with confidence, I’m sure my body could handle 4 seconds of 60 amps if something went wrong 🤣

    teenflonteenflonAcum 19 Zile
  • Mehdi ur going to blow up ur patio

    razzy marcusrazzy marcusAcum 19 Zile
  • 👍

    YOUTUBE editionYOUTUBE editionAcum 20 Zile
  • I saw you have a bike and sense I bike I thought that you making the bike in to a electric powered bike would be a good idea

    Mike wazowski IlluminatiMike wazowski IlluminatiAcum 20 Zile
  • what you wanna have is a B20 (EU spec) breaker it trips at 40 amps almost immediately and below that takes a few seconds (2 mechanism breaker.. one is electromagnetic, one is bimetal)

    M3RedGTM3RedGTAcum 20 Zile
  • You actually managed to light water on fire... You’re at the peek of your career man.

    AndyAndyAcum 20 Zile
  • about to hit 1m views

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  • Sir are you a cool person with three different citizenships?

    Mario's Meth Lab AdventuresMario's Meth Lab AdventuresAcum 22 Zile
  • I think he missed the antishort bushings on the cable ...

    Eric KaczmarczykEric KaczmarczykAcum 23 Zile
  • North american electrical items are so oldschool compared to the european ones. Blank wires, only single or 2 phases, screw terminals, badly designed power sockets and plugs, weird breakerboxes with live exposed contacts, etc.etc. Europe moved on from this stuff, that to us looks like electrics from the 50s.

    Chip GuyChip GuyAcum 23 Zile
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  • Ohh man, im jumpscare booom LoL

    agung rinaldyagung rinaldyAcum 24 Zile
  • This one time, my dad had a friend over who studied electrical work or something. They were working on putting a new breaker into the panel so the microwave would be on a separate circuit. However, he had the dang cover off the fuse box with the main breaker STILL ON just like here. He accidentally caused a short or something and caused a really big spark and fell back. I heard the battery backup in the other rooms go BEEP. I was standing nearby. Thankfully he was unharmed. And, we had nothing flammable close to the fuse box for the spark to ignite (it was a really big "scatter spark" kind of like from a firework)

    LegoTekFan486LegoTekFan486Acum 24 Zile
  • I so expected that armored cable to hit the bus bars and cause a gigantic spark. I was like screaming at him turn the F#$%@NG electricity off

    LegoTekFan486LegoTekFan486Acum 24 Zile
  • I know you will probably not see this comment, but if you do, you should consider using red hats on the ends of every armored cable run. In the US (IDK about Canada) they are NOT required by code, but they are definitely a better practice. Its a red bushing that goes at the end of the armor so that the insulation cannot get cut or damaged by the sharp edges of the ends of the armor. They're only like ten cents a piece (less if you buy in bulk).

    sgath92sgath92Acum 25 Zile
  • 14:30 "Another SUCKSES!"

    Yashar SoleimaniYashar SoleimaniAcum 25 Zile
  • At 7:23 "testing testing 1 2 3"

    creative kristancreative kristanAcum 26 Zile
  • 0:37-7:10

    NightHowler🌕🐺NightHowler🌕🐺Acum 27 Zile
  • SCOPEEEEEEEEE

    Benjamin BadrakhBenjamin BadrakhAcum 27 Zile
  • OSCILLOSCOPE I NEEEDD. GIMMIE DA SCOEPPEPEPEE

    Benjamin BadrakhBenjamin BadrakhAcum 27 Zile
  • i read this title like "potato heater"

    Kipras JuršėKipras JuršėAcum 27 Zile
  • Am I the only one who thinks he got off WAY too easy running that wire? Lol

    Andrew WoodardAndrew WoodardAcum 29 Zile
  • If anyone is ever gona open there electrical pannel although i cant stop you just remember the number one rule of electricians. Dont touch the shinny

    J S M GamingJ S M GamingAcum 29 Zile
  • 6:25 To paraphrase a virtual dog: *_FIRE IN THE WATER... WHY!?_*

    Ralph JimenezRalph JimenezAcum 29 Zile
  • And someone tell me the name of the background music that he was using

    crusher 531crusher 531Acum lună
  • 30 amps = fire

    aaron buyalskiaaron buyalskiAcum lună
  • I seriously won’t watch this all the way through YOU NEED A 40 AMP CIRCUIT THAT MEANS #8 WIRE

    aaron buyalskiaaron buyalskiAcum lună
  • From a kilometer away, you can't notice it!

    Hammou YoussefHammou YoussefAcum lună
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