Question about Electrical Supplies
Typically if a breaker is being tripped it means the circuit is being overloaded. You are trying to use more power than the circuit has the capability to produce. I would contact an electrician because sometimes its an easy fix and they can bridge circuits or up the amperage on the breaker.
Posted on Oct 22, 2013
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It works just like a normal circuit breaker with one additional function. A shunt-trip breaker also has a built-in magnetic coil that can be energized externally to trip the breaker.
So what is wired to the shunt that is not letting the breaker reset?
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