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Old 08-23-2010, 09:05 PM   #1
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one of my breakers has 2 white pigtails, i think it is a gfi or arc fault, but not sure. do both white pigtails go to the neutral? I never saw one like it and just wanted to know. thanks! Bill

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Hi Billy,
One of the white wires from the breaker goes to the nuetral bar,the other white wire gets wire nutted to the nuetral wire from the circuit that the the breaker is feeding.The black wire just ties in under the set screw on the breaker.
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Is your breaker a single pole, or double pole?

Is there a "test" button on it?
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