Question about Square D Circuit Breaker QO260GFI
The breaker may be defective is not rated for the load been used or one of the devices the breaker is controlling is either defective and is drawing too much current.
try disconnecting the devices ie: pump motor or heather. one at the time, this is to find out if they work ok by themselves, test one by one. If the pump do not want to start up, it may be the start capacitor. If both devices trip the breaker, Replace breaker.
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Posted on Sep 03, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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