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When put on to wash, it tripped out the breaker.


Was it working OK before? Tripping breakers is caused by just three things.

A dead short to earth. Water in the motor for example.

The power of the unit exceeds that of the breaker. A 15 amp appliance on a 5 amp breaker.

A worn or sloppy breaker. It should snap shut. When it trips it should snap all the way to off. Feel another breaker to note the difference.

With all things electrical, call a contractor if you are unsure and never bypass breakers. They trip for a reason

Dec 09, 2015 | Beko Washing Machines

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Duo Therm A/C (2009 Sabre RV) won't shut off


bad compressor relay on control board. The relay is not opening the circuit, allowing the compressor to stay running when unit is turned off. This overheats the compressor and opens a thermal disk shutting the compressor off. When thermal disk cools down, the compressor restarts under load and trips breaker.

Jun 06, 2013 | Dometic Rooftop RV Air Conditioner

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The circuit breaker for the outside unit of an American Standard central AC system started tripping and when reset only runs for about 15 minutes before shutting down again. It just started doing this...


It is tripping for one of two reasons. Either the a/c unit is pulling too many amps or the breaker is weak. If you have an amp meter then check the amp draw on you a/c, if it is pulling more than 24 amps then you need to have it serviced. If it is not pulling that many then you have a weak breaker and need to replace it.

Jun 28, 2011 | American Standard Heating & Cooling

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I was cooking food for 1 minute and it just shut off after approx. 30 sec. There are no lights or power now. The outlet is fine. The unit is 4 yrs old.


Check your other appliance. You may have tripped a break. If they are all functioning, and you have no dead outlets in your kitchen, then the unit will need to be serviced. Hope it's the breaker.
a 1200w microware will draw 10 amps all by itself. Your outlets are most likely on 15 amp breakers, so it wouldn't take much amp draw from another kitchen appliance to trip the breaker.

May 11, 2011 | Dacor DMT2420SS Microwave Oven

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Heater shut down sometime in the middle of the night and now it will not turn on. I checked the breaker box and when I flipped the master switch, it came on for about a minute or two but was blowing cold...


Hi what has happened is, this is a heat pump. The main breaker keeps tripping because the compressor is shorted. I hate to give you this news, but anytime a unit keeps tripping the main breaker on a heat pump, the compressor is either locked up and drawing enough amps to trip the breaker, or it is shorted internally. This is something that you will have to call a tech out on. I am sorry to give you this news, but this is all it could be. If it came on for a minute blowing cold air, the compressor wasn't running due to it being shorted out. This is your only choice is to call someone out to check it. If this is a older unit, you may be better off replacing the outdoor unit. If not, get an estimate on a compressor change out. I wish you all the best on this, and I know this is bad news, but these things always happen at the wrong time of year. Please keep me posted.
Sincerely,
Shastalaker7
A/C, & Heating Contractor.

Dec 28, 2010 | Carrier 38CKC042 Air Conditioner

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The compressor comes on and it 's cool but when you turn temp down compressor comes on and trips breaker


Hi, when you turn the control for the a/c to come on and it trips the breaker, its showing that it is drawing to many amps all at once causing it to trip. Even though it runs and is cool at higher settings, its telling me that with some service to the unit, and if there is no internal problems with the compressor, you should be able to do a few things I will ask you to do, and hopefully solve this problem. First, kill the main power to the breaker box it self. Get to the breaker that trips the a/c and take a flat head screw driver and make sure the connections on both wires into the breaker are good and tight. You can do this with out killing all the power and just turning off the breaker that trips and you won't get shocked. Once you have completed this, you will need to get to the condenser on top. Take along a water hose with a nozzle to shut it on and off. Remove the cover, keep the breaker shut off so all is dead up top, and wash out the condenser coil very good. This will keep the head pressures down in the system, and help to lower the compressor amps. Try and keep all electrical dry. When you are done, take a look in the electrical box up top and tighten all wiring. What happens over time, is wires loosen up due to heat and will cause motors to draw more amps causing them to trip on internal over load or trip breakers. I truly believe your only problem is the a/c just needed to be serviced, and the wiring checked and tightened up. Try all of this and turn the unit on while watching the compressor up top. If it trips the breaker again, check the wiring terminals that start and run the compressor. You will need to squeeze the plastic cover on the compressor to remove and look the wires over good. They will be marked R for run, S for start, and C for common. Make sure none of them are burned or the wires are brittle. If so, they will need to be removed one at a time and repaired with new connectors. They are special and can be bought at a appliance parts house. Hopefully you will be ok. Please keep me posted on this and please don't forget to rate this post as I know you will be kind. I will be here if you continue to need help.
Sincerely,
Shastalaker7
A/C, & Heating Contractor

Sep 23, 2010 | Dometic Rooftop RV Air Conditioner

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I keep reseting my 15 amp breaker daily. I even moved the unit.


No. The unit is only supposed to pull 9.1 amps. (wattage divided by voltage equals amps) Your unit has a short, or your breaker is bad. Turn on the unit, when it trips the breaker see if the breaker is hot, If so, thats an indication the breaker is bad.

Apr 11, 2010 | Danby DMW112 Microwave Oven

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A/C unit turned off- didnt realize we had a mat covering the unit


Hello,
If the breaker had tripped, you'd detect some looseness in the trip switch, even though it may not appear to be tripped. Once you have identified the correct breaker, trip it to OFF and then back to ON. Also check at the unit; it will either have a service disconnect, a fused disconnect or a circuit breaker at the wall. Compressor units have a thermal relay that causes them to shut down on high temperature. Let the unit cool down thoroughly. If this is the issue, and you are standing close enough, you may hear it reset when it cools. Usually, cool down occurs in 30 minutes or less. Try it again, but don't leave it unattended until it has made it through several cycles and you are confident that the unit is back to nornal. If any further issues develop from this incident, shut the unit down, trip the circuit breaker for the unit to off and call a serviceperson.
I hope this gets you going again!

Best regards, W/D

Jul 11, 2009 | Amana Heating & Cooling

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