Circuit Breaker Protection Alert
Your circuit breaker panel could be a potential fire risk. Due to specific manufacturer product design flaws associated with panels and breakers manufactured from the 1950’s to the 1980’s, certain components are subject to failure and could create a hazardous fire situation. Specifically, these panel components have been known to “fail to trip” during overcurrent conditions. The dangerous result is overheating of the plastic components, causing them to melt to the bus bar of the panel. This prevents the breaker from adequately breaking the circuit when too much current comes in from the external utility supplier, which could lead to very significant damage and/or fire to your building.
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