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When it comes to repairing circuit breakers, it is not always necessary to replace them. In fact, the circuit breaker can often be repaired, as long as it is in good condition. However, in some cases, it may be safer and more efficient to install a new circuit breaker instead. Either way, you should only trust a professional electrician to handle the job for you. Precise Circuit Solutions is here to provide you with any electrical service that you may require, including circuit breaker installation in Memphis.

Call us today at (901) 621-3291 or schedule an appointment online if you are in need of circuit breaker installation.

When to Replace Rather Than Repair a Circuit Breaker

It is generally recommended that you do not try to install a new circuit breaker on your own, even if you are able to replace the old one. This is because there are certain dangers that come with the installation process. First of all, you will need to turn off the power to the circuit that you are working on, and this can be dangerous if you make a mistake. Secondly, if the circuit breaker is old and worn out, it may not fit in the slot properly when you are trying to install it, posing even more risks. 

However, it is not always dangerous to repair a circuit breaker. For example, if the circuit breaker is simply old and worn out, it is likely that you will be able to install a new one without any problems. This is because a circuit breaker only breaks the circuit when the current is flowing in a certain way, and after a certain amount of use, the metal inside of it may warp in a way that prevents it from working properly. When this happens, it is better to simply install a new circuit breaker, since the old one will not be able to handle the current properly.

When to Replace a Circuit Breaker

Although it is usually best to repair a circuit breaker, there are some situations in which it is better to install a new one. This is because a circuit breaker that is broken cannot be repaired, and a new one will not be necessary in most cases. For example, if your circuit breaker is electrically damaged, either from a poor repair job or from an electrical fire, you should not try to repair it, since this could put you at risk of an electrical shock. Instead, in this case, it is better to call a professional electrician right away so that he can install a new circuit breaker and restore your electrical system to safety.

Other signs that you should replace your circuit breaker instead of repairing it:

  • The circuit breaker is older than 30 years
  • The circuit is used for heating or air conditioning
  • The circuit is used for major appliances, such as a refrigerator or freezer
  • The circuit is used for an indoor lighting system

Can You Handle the Electrical Work Yourself?

Although you should not try to replace a circuit breaker yourself if it is broken or old, you may be able to handle the installation process on your own. This is because installing a circuit breaker is not as complicated as some electrical repairs, and it only requires some basic wiring. However, this is still not the best choice, since it is still not as complicated as wiring, and a professional electrician is still better equipped to ensure that the circuit breaker is installed safely and properly. 

When to Repair a Circuit Breaker

Repairing a circuit breaker is usually a simple process, and it is possible to do it yourself, as long as the circuit breaker is not broken. For example, if the circuit breaker is simply old and not working properly, rather than replacing it, you may be able to repair it. Another common reason to repair a circuit breaker is if it is tripping all the time, since this usually indicates that it is not working properly. However, you should not try to repair a circuit breaker that has been damaged by an electrical fire, or one that has been damaged by an electrical problem caused by a poor installation.

Call Precise Circuit Solutions at (901) 621-3291 or schedule an appointment online to have a professional electrician come and install a circuit breaker in your home.

Call Today to Have Circuit Breaker Installation in Memphis

If you are in need of circuit breaker installation, including the repair of broken or old circuit breakers, you can count on the professional electricians at Precise Circuit Solutions. We have been providing superior electrical services to both commercial and residential customers in the Memphis area for over a decade, and can handle any electrical job, no matter how complex it may be. Our team of qualified electricians can provide service in Shelby County, Millington, Bartlett, Collierville, and the rest of the Memphis area.

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