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 What are the causes of a circuit breaker failure?

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How many circuit breakers are in a circuit breaker panel?

The number of circuit breakers in a circuit breaker panel is determined by the expected need of all appliances and outlets in the house. It is recommended that more breakers be installed than you'... Read More »
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You plug a vacuum cleaner into a 110-V outlet with nothing else on the circuit If the 15-A circuit breaker is tripped. what is the maximum possible resistance of the vacuum's motor?

Can I put a 20 amp breaker on a 15 amp circuit?

That is like can i hold this weight with a thread instead of a rope,? something is gonna give and it will be your wiring and the house,
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What is a circuit breaker used for?

A circuit breaker is an electrical switch used to safeguard an electrical circuit so that it is kept safe in the event of a short circuit of a circuit overload. It functions by detecting a faulty c... Read More »
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