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If it is popping the circuit breaker right away you would have a short somewhere on the unit or something drawing too much current, try it on another outlet with an extension cord to rule out a breaker or outlet issue, let me know what happens.
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This is a NEW house. We have only lived here 6 months. It is not kicking breaker right away. Different times
Can you plug it into a extension cord into a different circuit just to confirm it pops another breaker?
Pops that circuit too. Just checked and It feels like the fan has alot of play. Bearings are bad. It was making noise
OK yes if the fan is that bad something could short in the winding and pop the breaker for sure, I would replace that and I think based on the issue that will solve the problem. You can order it from SEARSPARTSDIRECT.COM with the complete model number.
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I replaced noisy fan. It still kicks breaker. Usually within 5 minutes.
You need to check the current draw on the unit with a amp meter to see what it is drawing.
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