My husband and I moved into our first home, a condo, four months ago and we've noticed that a lot of our electronic equipment is systematically shutting down. First, it was the light we installed in the office on the ceiling. We returned two brand new lights and then decided it must need a dimmer switch. My husband examined all the wiring and even tested it with a multimeter. So far the third light hasn't died, but it makes this whining sound when we turn up the dimmer. After that the DVD player, a 6-month-old Sony, started acting strangely and then just wouldn't turn on. It's not even on the same circuit as the other electronics. Then my PC died. Now, I'll admit, it has been troublesome over the years, but my husband always got it working by just wiping the hard drive. However, it had already been wiped and was fine when it died. It wouldn't boot to the Windows disk and basically doesn't see the hard drive. Shortly thereafter our modem died. We had another one on hand, so we just swapped them out. After that I started having trouble with my laptop (MAC). It wouldn't connect to the internet. Yesterday I got no signal (wireless). Today I have a signal, but it doesn't recognize the server ALL THE TIME. I got it to work here and there, but it gets stuck periodically. It's never done this before. The modem we have now is new. The router is a few years old, and my MAC is a year old. Worst of all, though, is that my husband's MAC is dying. You can hear the hard drive shutting down, but always at different points after being turned on. This was the computer that we always relied on. It's three years old. I won't even go into the weird things that happened with the kitchen light and one of the outlets when we first moved in. I can't help but think this house is slowly killing our electronics. Is that possible? I would hire an electrician, but I don't know what he/she could do for us. Any advice?