Question about Circuit Breakers & Wiring Panels
There might be a short circuit in your wring for that circuit.
You can unplug all your electrical items from that circuit.
See if the circuit still turn off.
If it does, it could be the wring or the equipment that is permanently wired in.
If not, you can plug in one item at a time, turn it on to determine which electrical item is defective.
Posted on Feb 02, 2009
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