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I would be inclined to think the main breaker is almost worn out and needs replaced very soon.If it's taking out the main instead of individual breakers I would get a good electrician on it right quick. Good luck and thank you.
Either the breaker is bad or you have an electrical problem. Unless you know how to work with electrical problems call for service. If you unplug the hot tub and plug a lamp or hair dryer into the outlet does the breaker trip? If yes, call an electrician. If the outlet is fine call for service on the hot tub.
Well, obviously your furnace is overloading the breaker it is on. Try this, turn off the breaker that the furnace is on and go through your house to make sure everything else still works. Furnaces are large power users and should preferably be on their own breaker/breakers. If everything still works then have someone you trust check the connections at your breaker box. I have had the same issue where after approximately a half hour or so my furnace would kick off. Upon further inspection of the breaker noticed a loose connection that apparently was causing an arc and tripping the breaker. After it was tightened down I stopped having the problem period.
Well, considering all TV's these days have what is called a SMPS which means Switch Mode Power Supply. As soon as your plug enters the outlet it will ark, because the power supply starts up immediately, so my suggestion would be is to kill the breaker to that room then plug the set in and then reset the breaker. Let me know how it turns out.
The dishwasher is generally on a separate circuit so if that circuit breaker kicks, or that fuse blows you won't see anything else turned off. Go to you panel and check to see.. If it is a blown fuse, replace it with a new one of the same amperage. If it is a kicked circuit breaker turn the breaker all the way off and then back on.