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Any time a breaker trips in your household panel it is telling you of a serious short cicuit, circuit to ground or over current situation. I would take the appliance out of service immediately, and have it inspected an repaired as required. If it worked fine when the element was replaced, and the problem developed slowly, It is possible that a conductor has been pinched, or a screw connection has come loose. I would also consider the wiring and devices (receptacle and plug, if so equipped) between the panel and the appliance. Again, it is possible that a conductor has been damaged, and or a screw or two have come loose.
Unless you are comfortable and somewhat competant workig with electrical equipment, you may wish to call your engineer back to look at it. You should also know that wiring and materials used in appliance manufacture and repair must be rated for use in very hot applications, not all insulation and plastics will survive. Best of luck, think safety, Rob.
Posted on Jan 02, 2011
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