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1) Do you have any other 15 amp AFCI breakers located in your main electrical panel?
Yes and they are working fine and are wired the same as the one in question.
Thanks for the reply Darrin
1) In order to isolate if the existing 15 amp AFCI is faulty or not, I would recommend to label the conductors on the suspected AFCI so they correspond to the circuit breaker slot number. Turn the AFCI breaker to the OFF position and remove the conductors from the AFCI in question.
2) Locate another 15 amp AFCI. Turn it to the OFF position and label the conductors on that AFCI that correspond to the circuit breaker slot number. Remove the conductors from a known working AFCI breaker
3) Temporarily, "roll" the suspected circuit conductors from the original AFCI to a known working AFCI and determine if the connected loads will allow the AFCI to function properly. The trouble will either go away or will follow to the known working AFCI.
4) If the trouble goes away, then the suspected bedroom AFCI needs to be replaced. If the trouble follows to a known working AFCI breaker, very possible you have a loose termination connection or a faulty splice within the bedroom circuit which will require further investigation.
5) Let me know how you make out by "rolling" the circuit and we can take it from there.........Thanks............Kevin!
Darrin.............Thank you for the excellent service rating................much appreciated!
If you have any other questions, just let me know.
Take care and have a great evening...............Thanks............Kevin!