Question about Siemens 2 pole 30 amp breaker
In my mother in laws mobil home, she has a 30 amp breaker that trips intermittently. The curcuit goes to a single heating element in her furnace. I have measured the voltage drop across the heating element and it is comparable to the element next to it on a different circuit. I have swapped the breaker with another one in the panel. I have seen the breaker trip after I disconnected the two wires at the furnace. I then disconnected the white wire from the breaker output and it still blew, then I disconnected the black wire from the CB output and it didn't blow. The furnace ran fine all night last night then the ckt breaker tripped this morning. I am stumped...any suggestions?
It sounds like this circuit breaker is worn out and needs to be replaced. good luck
Posted on Jan 21, 2009
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