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Articles about Circuit Breaker Questions

Question – 200 Amp Main Circuit Breaker Tripping – Part 1


My 200 amp main electrical circuit breaker trips. Should I replace it?



How to Solve the Problem of Tripping Circuit Breakers


Sandra in Oklahoma asks; How can I fix a Tripping Circuit Breaker Problem? How to Identify the Electrical Circuit Requirements and Updating the Electrical Service.



Why Does My GFI Circuit Not Have Power?


My GFI Circuit Does Not Have Power: GFI Circuit Problem.



Question – 200 Amp Main Circuit Breaker Tripping – Part 3


My 200 amp main electrical circuit breaker trips. Should I replace it?



Question – Identifying the Ground Wire


Which wire is the ground wire?



Question – How to Determine If You Can Add Another Fixture to a Circuit


I have four white wires and four black wires in a fixture box. Is my circuit overloaded?



Question – Shocked with the Circuit Breakers Off?


Why did my electrician get an electrical shock if he turned off all the breakers?



Question – 200 Amp Main Circuit Breaker Tripping – Part 2


My 200 amp main electrical circuit breaker trips. Should I replace it?



Question – Does a 240 Volt Light Fixture Require a 2-Pole Circuit Breaker?


See why installing a 240 volt circuit without a 2-pole circuit breaker poses a hazard.



Question – Home with Electrical Overload – Part 1


This 100 year old home is having some electrical issues.



Question – Home with Electrical Overload – Part 2


This 100 year old home continues to have power outages. Now we discover a moisture problem.