Question about General Electric 100Amp 3-pole circuit breaker
You should repair your zinsco panel... go to my website at zinscoelectrical.info , and get a new buss bar and breakers.... Good luck
Posted on Aug 12, 2011
The screw is loose. It is always HOT (has electricity going to it) so be careful. If you feel confident, cover a screwdriver with a few layers of electrical tape and tighten it. Depending on how long it has been arcing, the breaker will need to be replaced. Since the incoming wire will have power to it, have a licensed electrician do the job. He will possibly remove the meter head to cut the power while he does the work.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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