identifying a electical circuit

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on 8/3/2009 3:44 PM (ET) DerbyDad03 wrote the following:

Great idea! My 200 amp box is a mess with new circuits being installed, and single breakers being replaced with dual breakers.
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snipped-for-privacy@uvvm.uvic.ca wrote:

You can always use the tried and true "Jesus Method". A pair of jumper wires with a plug on one end and a bit of insulation stripped from each wire. You plug it in to an outlet, turn your face away to avoid the bright flash and touch the bare wires together whilst shouting JESUS! Then go find the tripped breaker. As a plus, it also tests the breakers.
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In the case of FPE breakers, it does other things.
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