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I am trying to install a 100 amp breaker into a Homeline 200 amp load center. Breaker flips every time main breaker is turned on.

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  • Larry Sep 30, 2010

    Is this breaker tripping out with anything connected to it?

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I'm assuming since it's a Homeline panel you're using a HOM2100 breaker. If it stripping then you must have a short circuit in your 100A circuit, or the breaker is defective. Disconnect your load from the breaker, and turn main on. Be sure you have the correct load conductors connected to the breakers. Typically red and black on the breaker, white on neutral bar. Bare to ground bar

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