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A circuit breaker is similiar to a fuse (a circuit protector that will burn out when too much current is pushed through it). The difference is that when a fuse goes it is no longer usable. When a circuit breaker goes it will reset itself when it cools and become usable again. Circuit breakers are usually used on circuits with heavier loads such as windwield wiper motors etc.

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