Power outage circuit breaker not tripped – what’s the solution?

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Have your electrical appliances switched off automatically? In many cases, it is just the tripped breaker, which can be fixed by resetting it from the main fuse box.

But what if it is already on? This could be a problem of concern, especially if it hasn’t happened to you before.

Don’t worry; a power outage, even when the circuit breaker is not tripped, can happen, and there is a proper for its resolution that we’ll share in this article.

Reset the breaker:

We understand that your breaker is already in the ON mode, but you can still try to switch it OFF and ON once to be sure that it is not the cause of the problem.

Check the GFCI Reset Button:

Ground fault circuit interrupters (GFCI) could be the reason for the power cut off in some cases, even when you see the breaker physically in the ON state.

This circuit is part of the newer homes, and any issues in the main electricity supply can cause this breaker to trip, resulting in no electricity to a particular room.

Even if your home is a bit old and these breakers aren’t present, any loose or broken circuits in one of the outlets can cause the other outlets to shut off.

So, you’ll have to check the GFCI Reset button (in newer homes) and the electrical wiring (in older ones) to get rid of this problem.

Breaker isn’t working anymore:

If you are sure that you don’t have the power issues at your home and even the above-stated problems aren’t the cause of the issue, then it is more likely a problem with your breaker. It might not be working perfectly.

The solution to this problem is to replace the breaker and install a new one. You’ll have to hire a professional electrician to ensure your safety and the safety of your house.

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