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Old 08-26-2014, 10:39 AM   #15
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One thing to try. If a Breaker trips and you just flip it back to the ON position, you really have NOT reset the breaker. push the breaker to the off position then back to the on position. This should reset the breaker. Sound weird but a lot of breakers work this way.

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Old 08-26-2014, 11:43 AM   #16
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Does not sound weird to me SLJ. What is weird is the breakers on my ONAN (no tripped position, just on/off, to reset, simply turn on)

WHY: it is a safety issue or course.. Pushing it to OFF resets it.

ON post breakers (Push to reset, no on/off) pushing in also opens the circuit IT has to be OFF to reset. thus resetting invovles turning off.

One way I tell (in a dark room) if a breaker is tripped is the brail method,, A tripped breaker (Except for the two on my Onan) Feels different to the touch.

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