Question about Heating & Cooling
Look at the serial tag. It should give you the amperage. If that is close to 15 Amp then the circuit breaker has obviously been running at an elevated temperature (due to its inherent resistance), and is now "worn out". You need a new breaker. If the amperage is, lets say, 13 Amp you should put in a 20 Amp breaker. If you have aluminum wiring the connection could be loose, which has the same result. Make sure the wire is al least # 12.
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