The only time 2 beakers are run to one outlet is if the outlet is 240V. The breakers should have handle-ties connected to them to ensure that both breakers trip in the event of an overload. Nope its not 240 either,cause it continues to other outlets the same way.and can plug 110 accesories into them. I have come accross this everywhere. In rooms without a ceiling light, one half of a duplex receptacle is a switched lighting circuit and the other is a always on receptacle.
its an overload on the circuit breaker the 3 outlets are on.. many times groups of outlets are on different circuit breakers.. even though they are in the same room... especially if some are on a gfi outlet
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!0 amp breakers have not been used for quite some time . NEC made 15 amp the minimum requirement for 110/120 VAC circuit breakers a long time ago. If the breakers are only 10 amp, then those outlets can only carry 10 amps max.I would call an electrician. Your electrical service is terribly out of date and, in my opinion, inadequate and unsafe.
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yea some outlets and use 230 v
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Some rooms have an outlet controlled by a light switch at the door. This is normally in bedrooms. It is possible that the switch is wired to only one of two outlets in a duplex outlet since it is easy to configure a duplex outlet to separate the bottom and top outlets.
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the answer is spring breakers
First you need to determine if addition of the new breakers will exceed the 200A service under normal operating conditions. If so you will need to go to power company and increase service and put in a larger main panel. If you have the capacity for the extra current you can add a sub-panel and add the breakers there as well as the breakers you will remove from main panel to accommodate the sub-panel breaker. Another way depends on what breakers are in current panel. There are some breakers that can be duplexed in the same space as a single breaker.
Sometimes it is written on the door. One person disconnects the fuse while another person tell them when the power goes out. Some systems used two breakers in a room with overhead lighting on still another circuit.
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