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Circuit Breaker Keeps Tripping
Designed to interrupt the flow of electricity when your electrical service is overloaded or when a short circuit or ground fault occurs, circuit breakers are a critical element to protect wiring from overheating and prevent fire hazards. Circuit breakers trip for a number of reasons.
Trying to diagnose an electrical issue such as a frequently tripped circuit breaker can be dangerous; risks include electrocution and fire.
If you reset a tripped circuit breaker and it keeps tripping, the problem is most likely with the electrical load for that particular circuit. The circuit breaker is part of a circuit and is designed to handle a certain number of amps. If the electrical current demanded by the devices powered by that circuit exceeds the number of amps for that circuit, the circuit breaker will overload and trip off in order to protect the electrical system.
Don’t try to replace or fix a faulty circuit breaker yourself! It could be very dangerous. Contact a licensed electrician immediately. Nisat Electric's Licensed Master Electrician is trained to troubleshoot and repair electrical problems related to faulty circuit breakers, give us a call today for safe, prompt service.
Nisat Electric is proud to maintain three different categories of electrician licenses in the State of Texas: Electrical Contractor, Master Electrician and Journeyman Electrician.
Before you hire someone to complete electrical work in your home or business, please take a few minutes to read Reviews from Nisat Electric customers as well as electrician licensing regulations and Nisat Electric's Licensure in the State of Texas.
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