Branch circuit breakers are intended to stop capacity to singular circuits on the off chance that they over-burden by attempting to draw more power than the wires can securely deal with, and the fundamental electrical switch is much the equivalent. The principle breaker stop capacity to the whole house if the general load request becomes too high or if there is another problematic issue in the electrical framework. More often than not, these issues include transitory power floods, however now and again there might be framework issues that should be analyzed. It is genuinely uncommon for the principle electrical switch to “trip,” because more often than not, it is singular circuit breakers that trek well before there is a requirement for the fundamental breaker to close off.
Using the Main Breaker as a System Shutoff
The fundamental breaker likewise gives the methods for stopping capacity to the whole house on the off chance that you have to do some significant work on the framework. For this situation, there is a prescribed methodology to pursue on the off chance that you are stopping capacity to the whole house:
Shut off each circuit breaker in the panel, one at a time.
At that point flip the switch on the fundamental electrical switch to the OFF position.
When it comes time to walk out on, start by resetting the fundamental breaker to the ON position, the turn on every individual electrical switch, each one in turn. The objective here is to maintain a strategic distance from sudden power requests on the principle breaker.