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Based upon the way your question is worded, I have my own question…
Are you sure you want to be embarrassed like that?
PM your way Jeff.
What does this mean? It is from your page. Not trying to pick on you, just would like to know.
“An arc fault circuit interrupter is a circuit breaker designed to prevent fires by detecting nonworking electrical arcs and disconnecting power before the arc starts a fire.”
Was just quickly describing what an AFCI does. Trying to add content that people might like and find interesting.
What is a “nonworking electrical arcs”? That is what I’m trying to find out.
Grabbed it from the “Now” book. I’ll update so it reads better.
Now I see where you got it from. In my opinion that is not a very good way for them to write that.
Here is what is stated in Wikipedia: An AFCI distinguishes between a harmless arc that occurs incidental to normal operation of switches, plugs and brushed motors and an undesirable arc that can occur, for example, in a lamp cord that has a broken conductor in the cord.