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Some important information about breaker tripping and blowing fuses

An overloaded circuit:

Overloads occur when you add more current to a particular circuit than it can safely handle. Signs of an overloaded circuit to look out for include flickering/dim lights, hot or discolored wall panels, crackling or buzzing noises from plugs, burning smells, and even minor bumps from devices and switches.

Short circuits

Short circuits are a more serious cause of a circuit breaker to trip. A (short circuit) occurs when a hot wire meets a neutral wire. While these problems are a little more difficult to diagnose, a good indicator is if the breaker trips again immediately after being reset. If so, there may be a short circuit problem and you should contact a licensed emergency electrician.

Basic error

Another form of short circuit is an (earth fault), which occurs when a hot wire meets a metal or wooden frame. Earth faults pose a high risk of shock, especially if they occur in moisture-prone areas such as bathrooms and kitchens. As with circuit breakers (short circuits), an immediate trip after a reset can be a good indicator of a ground fault problem. In this case, call your emergency electrician immediately. 2