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My eletrolux frigidare dishwasher will not start unless I trip the braker....then it will go through all cycles with no problem ...... and in order to wash another load I'll have to trip the b


my first suspicion is the breaker itself is getting old and worn out. If you're "electrically savvy", you can find a replacement at home depot or a local hardware store and do it yourself. If after it is replaced and it still trips, this means circuit is being overloaded by either the washer or anything else that is being used simultaneously on the same circuit as the washer-- and a fire hazard!...a fix that really requires a licensed electrician

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DO NOT install a 20 amp breaker, you can cause a fire. The breaker is rated for the WIRES, and unless you change out the wires, the 15 amp wires will overheat and can cause a fire.
Typically, A/C units need dedicated power, with nothing else on that circuit.
One step that you may try is a new 15 amp breaker. Once a breaker starts tripping, is starts tripping earlier....
You may wind up running a new circuit for the A/C, if you do, size it for the A/C.

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The red 20amp braker at the bottom of my box keep berking with only a small amont of things pluged in. Any part of the house THE SAME BRAKER brakes . is that right? The same braker?


sounds to me that the breaker is getting weak,try replacing breaker with new one,if it still trips then you have electrical problem in a circuit.

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I have a Kenmore model 20802990 washer, it will run for a short while and then stop working, it is almost as if the circuit breaker trips because when I turn the circuit breaker of then back on and switch...


well you right in saying "its triping the braker off" thats what it is doing,,
there is a problem with the washer motor,,its pulling far to many amps so its a fulty motor,,,and it will just keep triping the trip out,,,
its a good job you have trips,,the motor could have gone up in smoke

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My europower ep2500 amp the braker trips when I power it on


Hi,circiut braker trips only when the load on it is to much.
That is carry what is bigger than it watt, or can not carry too well. If you have another amp., you can put some load on that to reduce to braker always tripping off.

If that is the only amp. you have in what you are doing, just reduce the amp. volume to half(setting at 12 O CLOCK). it will work, but will not be too loud as before.

Take care.

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I have a bosch dishwasher model # I believe is SHX4AP05UC it keeps tripping my braker in the middle of washing wont complete a cycle any suggestions?


Adam, in order to help you, you must provide me with more info. What size breaker is tripping. What does the maufactor's manual reads about what size circuit it must be plugged into. If your house is a little old you probably have a 10 amp breaker that is tripping. If so than the manufaturer states theat it is recomamded to place it onto a 20 amp breaker. Only switch out the 10 map breaker to a 20 amp breaker if your the wire from the breaker is a 12 gauge wire.
Do not put a 20 amp breaker onto a 14 guage wire because it will most likely melt the insulation due to heat whichwill expose the bare copper wire which could lead to burning your house down.

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Usually trips breaker but occasionally works fine....when hooked to higher amp breaker line works fine.


it could have a small leak to ground on it,,, thats why it trips the brakers,, on a higher braker the leek off also needs to be higher than 50milly amps to trip the braker,,, this unit uses 13 amps

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1) Try with a different surge protector. The oine you're using could have a short-circuit
2) Try without a surge suppressor, at least for a day
3) Does the circuit breaker trip when something else starts running? Your microwave, fridge, dishwasher, etc.?

4) Check the user's manual of your TV, under SPECIFICATIONS. Check for "POWER REQUIREMENTS". If the power requirements listed is greater than 15 Amps or 1,700 Watts (assuming you live in the USA and your household is 110-120V), then the circuit breaker will almost always be triggered by the TV. Most circuit breakers inside a house are 15 Amps.

The only option you have is to replace the circuit breaker for one that has more Amps, but doing so on your own without having and electrican check if the wiring will hold the extra load is extremely unadvaisable. You may end up with an electric fire in your hands.

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