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I can’t turn a tripped circuit breaker back on. What should I do?

Typically, if you notice a tripped circuit breaker in your electrical panel, you simply need to reset it. To do so, flip the switch to the “off” position completely. You should hear a click, letting you know the switch is fully set to “off.” Next, move the switch back to the “on” position. If the circuit breaker doesn’t trip again, it’s been reset successfully. If, however, you’re unable to successfully reset the circuit breaker, and keeps tripping when set to “on,” the circuit may be overloaded or shorted. If this occurs, contact us Home Alliance Service (877) 777-0796
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