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Upon startup unit trips breaker and shuts off

Looked in the manual it said do restart procedure, which I did and it still trips the breaker upon start up shutting off the unit. This is a new unit never used. What is the issue? What should I try?

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Do you have connections completely on and open it sounds like it I dead heading and kicking the safety off. I would double check all connections and make sure the valves are open. Not trying to be insulting just what it sounds like. I hope that's all it is just a simple mistake.

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  • Rick Hale
    Rick Hale Apr 17, 2014

    connections are tight and everything open

  • Rick Hale
    Rick Hale Apr 17, 2014

    other ideas?

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    Peter Apr 18, 2014

    Hi Rick, sorry to hear you are still having troublle with it. The only other thing I could think of would be when they built the machine that the motoe was wired incorrectly or a wire got pinched and is shorting out. I would use a multi meter and put it on OHMs setting then touch one probe to one of the prongs of the power plug and the other to a metal part if any is visible to see if there is continuity then try the other prong on the plug, One is power and the other would be neutral, I wouldn't worry about the ground prong on the plug but if there is continuity on one of the others it will be shorted inside. I know you need this to make money but if you go into it too much instead of returning it for another they may not honor the warranty. I assumed you already tried another outlet just to make sure it wasn't the outlet. After al this and you've talked to Yellow Jacket themselves with no results I'd send it back for another. You paid good money for the unit and shouldn't have to waste your time troubleshooting a new unit. Good luck and let me kw the outcome please.

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