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    Hmm TROUBLESHOOTING ELECTRIC FURNANCE

    I'M TRYING TO REPAIR AN ELECTRIC FURNANCE IN A MOBILE HOME. EVERYTHING WORKS ON THE UNIT, BUT WHEN THE UNIT SHUTS OFF IT TRIPS THE CIRCUTE BREAKER... WHAT COULD BE MY PROBLEM ??? ZEE

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZERUM HOPPER View Post
    I'M TRYING TO REPAIR AN ELECTRIC FURNANCE IN A MOBILE HOME. EVERYTHING WORKS ON THE UNIT, BUT WHEN THE UNIT SHUTS OFF IT TRIPS THE CIRCUTE BREAKER... WHAT COULD BE MY PROBLEM ??? ZEE
    set the tools down immediately,and call a contractor
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    I was sent on a service call once with the instructuons that the problem was that every time that the furnace shut off the breaker tripped. My question was do you think maybe the tripped breaker might be shutting the furnace down? The furnace has a problem, call a sevice company.

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    Let me guess.

    You posted this in the "Jobs Discussion" because this is a "job" you are working on?


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