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I turned it off for about six months, now it will not reset. There are no loads applied.

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    Make sure it's on a live circuit.



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You must push it kind of hard to get it to reset. first kill the 100 anp or 200 amp breaker. that is what most of sizes used now days. it will be the big wide breaker. now pull the wire our of your eaton breaker. if it has 2 wires pull them both. it has just one pull it. move it back where you wont touch it or it wont touch anything else. now reset it again. it it resets you have a bad short down the line. let me know and i will help you run it down. good luck and good day. sawdust46

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