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Re: [Shop-talk] Thermo Imaging camera

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Subject: Re: [Shop-talk] Thermo Imaging camera
From: "Mike" <>
Date: Wed, 8 Jan 2014 14:32:43 -0800 s=q20121106; t=1389220333; bh=9o3oZFiLWEnbpQMhScdQviotFgc7t0w79UR7pXHwSJw=; h=Received:Received:Message-ID:From:To:Subject:Date:MIME-Version: Content-Type; b=SXPz+EB7z0Sb4BtK1vJZ+92o5XbOUMg9oNMUsfv/AS51G6vELSjp5zsMkvZfJJz7N NVBoOarJh8ipKKfXJFK+KG0BbXhnT/Omu3MAe5LxbWjyxaXIXi2q1xvH5tgBsFFYBe 1pActRkyOOVi9g3okY4kdmJeiJ6yQCMf75hX4J1w+AsfklXu7Vvb9pOjZbQTDFUpYw Ddc/2ajchkrqoL45IKocoQEb56ZWZwAXdLBhTawrSHPuP1qJKijPFb1m8DN8p724lG jCuw68YhGTBjlsmQoYKZwaM9hma8unBLtzejnmffqpY03IEwrMF51BSjVZafZO+nwv Iy4oAixWhmbuA==
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In my experience, it is rare for a breaker to fail slowly.  More likely is a 
bad connection.  I had one once where somebody had put the wrong breaker in 
the box, and it didn't fit the bar tightly.  After awhile, the whole 
connection corroded so badly I had to replace the entire box.  Fortunately, 
it wasn't the main box, but still..........

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Doug Braun" <>
To: "Shop-Talk" <>; <>
Sent: Wednesday, January 08, 2014 2:07 PM
Subject: Re: [Shop-talk] Thermo Imaging camera

> You should certainly be able to check that the wiring connections are OK.
> You could also pull a suspect breaker from the panel to ensure that it is
> properly
> connected to the bus bar.
> I think loose or corroded connections are more likely to be the cause of
> the problem
> than an internal defect.
> Doug
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