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Old 07-24-2005, 12:24 PM   #21
Montana_1424
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OK, everyone is sold out of the plug in meters down here, even CW (Man they are rude there too).
Anyway, got a multi tester, just tested the voltage in one of my outlets, is right at 120 v, now I have no idea what it could be.

Would the breaker only trip when the voltage actually tips?
Right now it is 5:30, so I would think this is a pretty heavy use time. AC has been working fine today since I reset the breaker, but still need to know why it is doing it. With new unit, I would think it would be the voltage, but accoriding to the meter, that is not the case.
Anyone have an expliantion???
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