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Old 01-02-2011, 08:06 PM   #1
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how do you check a cole hersee circuit breaker in place?
mine are a all metal case attached to bus bar, get continuity
stud to stud or stud to case
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how do you check a cole hersee circuit breaker in place? Mine are a all metal case attached to bus bar, get continuity, stud to stud or stud to case...
Continuity should be checked with a test lamp. Using an alligator clip on one end of the test light, clip that to the chassis or ground. Using the tip of the test lamp, you should get a light on either stud. (both) when the circuit is energized. It maybe dead if the key is OFF.
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great just need it to warm up a little and i'll check it out
thanks for the quick reply
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Fore future reference here is http://www.colehersee.com/catalog_top/index.htm
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