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My light is not coming on...I have reset my GFCI and still does not work. How can I tell if it is burned out? I thought the light would last longer than 3.5 years. It has not been used that much.

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Mine has the same problem. I figured out that the lense cracked allowing water in and shorted out the PCB board that has the LEDs on it. Dried the board off, tried it again, it powers correctly intermittently. Still working on the problem.

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I'm an electrician and can help with this problem. First, did you just install this breaker - or was it working before? If you installed it - skip down to the end.

If it was working before, I can tell you that resetting a GFCB115 is the same as any other "regular" circuit breaker in the panel:

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Keep in mind, most GFCI circuit breakers will trip when a ground fault or a current overload is detected. There is no distinction or indication if the breaker tripped due to one condition or the other. If it has tripped due to overload, clearing the fault is done by simply reducing the load on the circuit. Once the load is reduced, the breaker will reset normally.

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