Question about Square D Qob120 1pole 20amp 120v Circuit Breaker
You first must locate the circuit. If the breaker is kicking, something is not functioning after it kicks. The breaker is designed to kick when it is overloaded, pulling in excess of 15 amps. A grounding problem will cause the breaker to kick as well. You cannot, however troublshoot the circuit until you are aware of what appliance it is powering up. Once you discover what is being fed by the circuit, the wiring needs to be checked for continuity and proper voltage where it terminates at the appliance. If the wiring is good, and your breaker does not kick with the appliance disconnected, then you will have to troubleshoot the appliance to see what is causing the breaker to kick.
Posted on Oct 05, 2009
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