Originally Posted By: apolillo
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I have done several new construction, 11 month walkthrough’s in the past month. In each case, arc fault breakers were in use for all the bedrooms. In one case the house was empty, no load on these breakers. All of these are Square D. So, why is it that the breakers are warm to the touch? Probably about 100-110 degrees.
The other breakers are room temp; cold to the touch. I know there was a recall on some of these, but these were installed after the notice.
I wrote it up for evaluation (ok, Jeff).
Any one else notice this?