Circuit Breaker

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Old 06-24-02, 04:26 AM
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Bill Locke
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Circuit Breaker

I have a circuit breaker that snaps off the one above it when pushed to the "on" position. Since everything electrical in the house works, even with this breaker "off" it is not a big problem, but it just bugs me. The breaker above it controls at least one circuit with a set of 3 on off switches for a stairway hall light. (two swithches upstairs, one switch downstairs.) Anyone have any ideas on how to find this short quickly?
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Old 06-26-02, 06:31 PM
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LouieS
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It sounds like these two circuits are connected together somewhere accidentally. They form a complete loop starting and ending at the panel. If the circuit is not overloaded you might just remove the wire from the second breaker and cap it off with a note to explain why. If you find that you need the second circuit then you'll have to track down the connection.
 
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