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SOURCE: siemens mccb vl160x is not holding its on position

Sounds like a bad breaker. Sometimes, breakers appear to be in a trip position, but they're actually in the on position. If you've had this breaker working for a while, and it began tripping under load - then I'd replace it. If you just purchased this breaker and are assuming it's not holding in the on position, then I'd install it - because it could just appear that way. Or, you can bring it to your local electrical supply store for a second opinion. They're pretty knowledgeable, and will help you for free. But, giving you credit - I'm sure it's a bad breaker. This is usually a pretty good indicator of it going bad. If you have any further questions, etc. that you'd like to ask or share - feel free to contact me again and I would be willing to help you. Good Luck! Jim

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