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Poping the curcuit breaker

My frig keeps popping my curcuit breaker and wont work now and it is the only thing on this breaker.

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This a ground fault breaker. They do go bad. Is it kicking it all the time or when you plug it in. I replaced a lot of the ground fault plugs. You have to go to the Appliance Parts store to get a new power cord. If you have a problem with thisyour warranty should cover the power cord check your warranty. Rus

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