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        30 Amp Circuit Breakers


        Installation takes very basic to a moderate level of skill. If you are fairly handy you can reasonably expect to install 30 amp circuit breaker fuses and the breakers themselves in as little as 10 minutes. As with any electrical project, it is important to take the necessary safety precautions. Follow these five simple steps to have your breaker installed in no time.

        Step One: Lay Down a Rubber Mat 

        Be sure to wear rubber-soled shoes and place a rubber mat in front of the electrical panel for precautionary measure. You will want to make sure to check the surrounding area for moisture before you begin installation. Keep your feet on the rubber mat at all times during installation to avoid electrical shock. These safety precautions should be followed when installing home or RV circuit breakers.

        Step Two: Turn Off the Power 

        Next, you will need to turn off the power from the main switch and on the breaker you are intending to replace or repair. Keep in mind it is possible to replace 35 amp circuit breakers with 30 amp circuit breakers if the amperage is enough to power your home. If you are unsure consult a professional electrician for advice. Once the power is turned off, detach the metal frame from the existing breaker with a basic flathead screwdriver. Before proceeding check the breaker for electrical currents by touching one end to the terminal's screw and the other end to the bottom of the circuit box using a multimeter set to "Volts AC". If no electrical flow is detected, you may proceed. 

        Step Three: Remove the Old Breaker

        Remove the old breaker from the electrical paneling. Older 20 amp breakers and higher may have screws holding them into place. Just unscrew and it should easily come out. After the model is free from its casing, disconnect the black wire. This black wire is commonly referred to as a "hot wire". If there are multiple hot wires, be sure to mark which wires go where for reference later. This will prevent confusion when you're installing the new one.

        Step Four: Installation of the New Breaker

        Connect hot wires to their designated areas on the new breaker. This should be easy if you have marked where each hot wire goes. Check the breaker and make sure you have all of the wires reconnected. Then push it into the vacant space and either screw it into place as needed or verify it snaps into place.


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