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Old 03-16-2008, 02:16 PM   #16
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Main Circuit Breaker Test

ALWAYS test phase to phase.

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Main Circuit Breaker Test

our main breaker in the house when tested is reading only 120/110 volts on the tester but our dryer and electric range is working fine (220 volts. ) Those breakers operate the backside of the lights and outlets in the house.All of that is fine. It's the front side lights and outlet in the house that have stopped working.When we test those breakers they bareley test any trace of voltage unless we ground it to the netural panel on the back and then it test normal.Does anyone know what may be wrong. help please.Thank you ,jkdsbabydoll.

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