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#205597 - 03/11/12 10:45 PM Circuit breaker situation
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Hi, I'm wondering about the following. I have a hood fan at a fast food restaurant and for a while now there's been a situation where some days I go to turn it on in the morning and it goes out a few times. Some days it happens, while some days I flip the switch on and it runs normally. When it goes out I have to go to the circuit breaker box to trouble shoot it in order to get it going again. Is an issue like this a fire hazard or is the trouble shooting saving it from a fire while still indicating there's something going on?

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#205598 - 03/11/12 11:58 PM Re: Circuit breaker situation [Re: jakes77]
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Call an electrician.

I suspect that your system is getting ready to fail rather spectacularly.
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#205599 - 03/12/12 06:27 AM Re: Circuit breaker situation [Re: jakes77]
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As Tesla said, call an electrical contractor!
Please be reminded to read the forum rules regarding qualified persons.

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