Question about Bryant /murray Bj2200 Main Circuit Breaker 200amp
No, that's not normal. It could be a problem with the breaker, or (more likely) it's tripping for a legitimate reason --- something's wrong with the wiring or something plugged into the circuit. You should call an electrician, but you can do a little trial and error. If this is the main breaker, then turn some of the branch breakers off to see if you can isolate the conditions under which it occurs.
Posted on Oct 15, 2010
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