Household appliances aren’t connected in series because if they were they would have to “share” the line voltage with the other appliances in the circuit. Each time an appliance was added to the circuit, the voltage available to run each appliance would go down, along with the current through each appliance.Click to see full answer. Thereof, why are home appliances connected in parallel rather than in series?When appliances are connected in a parallel arrangement, each of them can be put on and off independently. This is a feature that is essential in a house’s wiring. Also, if the appliances were wired in series, the potential difference across each appliance would vary depending on the resistance of the appliance.Also, why do we not use a series circuit in a house? —> In series circuits, all electrical switches will have common switch due to which they cannot be turned off/On separately. appliances . —> Overall resistance of circuit will increase due to which the current from power supply will be less. Hence we prefer Parallel Circuits for domestic wiring. In this way, why might it be a problem if too many large appliances are connected to the same parallel circuit? The only time you get into trouble is if/when you connect too many appliances/loads to a single circuit, so that those loads collectively draw more current than what the circuit (and its associated circuit breaker) can safely supply.In what way household appliances should be connected and why?Household appliances should be connected in parallel because if short circuiting occurs in one appliance the others work efficiently.