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I have a breaker switch for my dryer outlet that repeatedly trips whenever I try to switch the power back on at the fusebox. The only thing I did was replace the 3-wire outlet with the newer 3-wire outlet required for more modern dryers. It was a pretty easy install--just connected Hots to the same place as before and then handled Neutral. I didn't see a grounding wire in my box, which was the only thing I'm suspicious of. But if that were the problem, I don't know why the circuit never tripped (dryer was working perfectly before) before I replaced the outlet. I'm meeting an electrician tomorrow, but I wanted to get some ideas beforehand. Thanks.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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