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Old 04-05-2013, 03:06 PM   #21
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Thanks for the helpful responses. WM Tire, the web link you provided was very informative and useful.

Hopefully this is my final question on this topic: How do I replace the circuit breaker? It seems as if it just pops out somehow, but I don't want to force anything and cause damage. I looked for a youtube of a replacement but could not find one. Thanks.
After removing wires yes it will "pop" out.
Using a side to side motion vs straight out.

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So I unscrew the panel to expose the back of the breaker, remove the wires, and then pop it out with a side-to-side motion?
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Old 04-05-2013, 03:11 PM   #23
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So I unscrew the panel to expose the back of the breaker, remove the wires, and then pop it out with a side-to-side motion?


About 128 into video.
This would be real similar.

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Thanks for the video.

Looks like they just pop right out without any removal of wires...correct?
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Thanks for the video.

Looks like they just pop right out without any removal of wires...correct?
You'll have to remove the wire.
You'll see once you pop off the front cover.
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It should be a plug-in breaker and once you've disconnected the wire(s) the side opposite of the wiring should lift up off the stab and the breaker will pull out.

Here's the best graphic I could find of how to do it. How to replace a circuit breaker
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Thanks for the step-by-step guidance--worked like a charm. I assume no additional tricks in replacing with a new one except to just reverse the process.
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Thanks for the step-by-step guidance--worked like a charm. I assume no additional tricks in replacing with a new one except to just reverse the process.
Correct.
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