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Old 02-14-2010, 11:22 PM   #16
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no voltage between legs of a 230v circuit

Originally Posted by AllanJ View Post
If it works correctly, 240 volts and all, for a moment after flipping the main breaker off and back on, chances are the problem is at or near the main breaker.
not true at all. it doesn't mean it isn't the main breaker but it in no way narrows it down to the main breaker.

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