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Old 24.05.2020, 12:37
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Re: Circuit Breakers

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I am surprised there are no plugin type Circuit Breakers so one could just pull out the broken one and stick in a new one instead of changing the cables over. Or maybe they do exist? Does anyone know and what would they recommend to comply with the fussy Swiss regulations?
Does not exist (tho in the past we had automatic breakers that would fit in a screwcap). And circuit breakers normally last so long and are so easy and fast to replace that there is no need for such solution. It would just make them more expensive and add more connections and parts to the installation which is to be prevented.

In your case I would order new parts to replace all the old ones yourself, I believe you are old and wise enough to do this in a proper way.
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