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Question DetailsAsked on 10/9/2013

the cost to replace a couple of circuits in electrical panel?

Some lights and outlets don't work

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While it could be bad breakers (typically from about $25 each to as much as $200 each depending on age of panel) plus about $100 labor, it is more likely you have a problem somewhere along the circuit - a bad outlet, wiring connector came loose, etc.

Cost to track the source down and fix that type of problem probably about $100-200 (up to double that in large, very high cost cicties), assuming comes from one problem and not several in several circuits. Usually parts will be minimal for this type of issue - usually less than $25 unless breakers need replacing.

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