Question about Siemens Seimens Arc Fault Breaker
You have arc-fault breaker with GFCI protection that also mitigates effect of arcing fault.
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Posted on Nov 09, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The white coiled wire should be connected to the neutral bar with all the other white wires. The neutral from the circuit it controls should then be connected to the breaker. If you're reading your meter between the hot conductor (black wire) and the neutral (white wire) that would be normal. If you remove the wire from your neutral bar to test it, and you have a load on the circuit you will be reading voltage out through your load and back on the neutral and it would "appear" to be hot. But why would you remove the white wire? What is the original problem, is the breaker triping?
Posted on Jul 01, 2010
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