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Fine Homebuilding: Electrical Panel Safety Tips
Fine Homebuilding online video describes what you can and can't touch when installing circuit breakers.

Old House Web: Are Old Fuse Boxes A Fire Hazard
Old House Web article explains how to check out whether there is likely to be any cause for concern that old fuse boxes a fire hazard?
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HVAC School: Why is the Breaker Tripping?
HVAC School says the majority of residential circuit breakers are thermal which means they are more prone to trip during high ambient temperature than during low ambient temperature. This is one factor in why you will receive more nuisance or intermittent breaker tripping calls on a hot Summer day. Many times breakers get replaced just for doing their job and tripping when they should.
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