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Old 06-17-2017, 05:47 PM   #1
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Circuit Breakers Warm On Generator

Something strange that I just noticed. When we are running on the generator, the circuit breakers on the AC panel get warm. Not hot, but warm. No issue if we are plugged in to shore power. Any thought? Chuck
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Normally, a warm condition can occur when the breaker is old, an undersized wire was used or the connections are loose. I don't have any suggestions for you but I'm going to check mine. Thanks for the reminder and good luck.
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