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I have a GG350 Powerlift but it seems that the circuit breaker will not reset so I don't get any output. Where do I get a new circuit breaker or should I look further into the problem?

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Yes you should indeed find out WHY the breaker is tripped in the first place? and why it will not reset.
The ONLY thing that will cause a breaker to trip,and not be able to be reset, is a short circuit, across the "line" Phase and Neutral, usually that or a Short to Earth? This MUST be checked out first. One must NEVER EVER simply replace or indeed reset a breaker without first finding out exactly WHY it occurred in the first place. Breakers seldom if ever spontaneously break down.
This may happen if there is a fault in the circuity in the Gen.
To be able to really do anything one must obtain a service manual first.

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