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Troubleshooting Circuit Breaker Problem?

The power points down one side of my house stopped working so I checked the switch board and found one of the circuit breakers in the off position. I turned it off and unplugged every power point and the offending breaker would not reset. Then I turned off the mains and I could reset the breaker, however once the power was turned back on it tripped out again. Does this mean that one of the power points needs to be replaced? The house is 25 years old.

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January 1, 20180 found this helpful
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If you dont know what you are doing consult an electrician. If you do it incorrectly and you have a fire, your insurance will not pay.

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January 1, 20180 found this helpful

It could need to be replaced but consult an electrician.

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