Question about Cutler Hammer Electrical Supplies
If I remember correctly that is a pretty good size breaker, and I would strongly suggest that if you are not a qualified journeyman electrician or higher I would not go any further with this it can be extremely dangerous. Random tripping can be caused by several causes good chance that breaker is faulty. If this is the 2000 amp 600 volt breaker I strongly suggest calling a fully licensed electrician.
Posted on May 19, 2011
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