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Intermittent beep with circuit breaker off. What does that mean?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Intermittent Beep
check door switch is operating and the light switches off. an easy way is to prize back the seal a bit with door closed and if light is still on you can see it
Posted on Jun 21, 2007
This sounds like a bad connection somewhere. If you are comfortable working on electrical equipment, remove the main circuit breaker panel cover and sometimes an inner cover depending on the panel make.
Turn off the breakers one at a time - Check the wiring connections on ALL circuit breakers after they have been turned off. It's not unusual for wiring to loosen up on breakers after several years. Tighten all the screws where the wires are attached, usually with a flat-blade screwdriver. Then tighten all the white wires attached to the neutral buss. If you see any green wires, tighten them too.
Look for any burned or discolored wires, indicating that something is loose or overloaded. Do not place your other hand on anything metal while you tighten the wiring and use an insulated screwdriver. The best bet is to put your free hand in your pocket so you don't lean on something grounded accidentally.
You should also check the wiring on the main breaker to the home, but this can be dangerous and should only be done by trained personnel. This task may require removing the electric meter outside your house. It's even possible that the wiring on the primary side of the meter is loose - if it looks burnt, call the utility company - they will usually respond to this issue.
Hopefully, tightening all the wiring on the breakers will solve the problem. Residential circuit breakers are usually "stab" type, meaning they ""stab" onto the phase busses.
Above all, please be careful. If you aren't sure, it's usually best to call a licensed electrician.
Ask again if you need more help.
Posted on Mar 31, 2009
Sounds like the oven element is cracked and absorbing moisture when the oven cools down thus causing it to trip. Should buy a new element. there are hundreds of suppliers on the internet.
Posted on Jun 11, 2009
please describe what type of device or circuitry you are having the fuse repeatedly blow so that I have a better idea of understanding your specific circumstance. A constant blown fuse normally indicates a short somewhere or an overloaded circuit somewhere. The type of tester you need is a ground fault receptacle tester you can purchase them at any hardware/electrical supply store for between $10-15 that tester when plugged in will show whether you wiring is correctly installed or not. please respond with further info and I can be of more assistance
Posted on Aug 07, 2009
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