If you are having trouble with your electric meter, it is essential to check the circuit breaker or fuse supplying power to the meter. If this is not the problem, you can do a few things to troubleshoot the issue. Check to see if the dials are all moving for commercial electric meters. If they are not, there may be a problem with the gears inside the meter. You can also check if the pointer is lined up with the zero mark on the dial. If it is not, this could indicate that the meter needs to be recalibrated. If you have a digital electric meter, you will want to check the display to ensure it is working correctly. If the display is not working, there may be a problem with the meter’s circuitry.
One of the most common issues for residential electric meters is a loose connection between the meter and the house’s electrical panel. This can often be fixed by simply tightening the connection. Another issue that can cause problems for residential electric meters is corrosion. This can be caused by water getting into the electrical panel. If you suspect that this is the problem, it is important to have an electrician look at it as soon as possible. Troubleshooting is one of our popular assets here at Illuminated Electric. We understand that not everyone is an electrician, so we’re here to help. If you’re having trouble with your electric meter, please don’t hesitate to give us a call. We would be more than happy to help you troubleshoot the problem.