How does a fuse differ from a circuit breaker? O A. A fuse must be replaced after use, but a circuit breaker can be reset. OB

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How does a fuse differ from a circuit breaker?
O A. A fuse must be replaced after use, but a circuit breaker can be
reset.
OB. A fuse works by flipping open, while a circuit breaker melts.
O C. A fuse opens the circuit to stop current, but a circuit breaker
closes the circuit.
O D. A fuse works when it detects a high resistance, but a circuit
breaker works when it detects a high voltage.​

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Doris 2 months 2021-08-18T06:22:35+00:00 1 Answers 3 views 0

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    2021-08-18T06:24:03+00:00

    Answer:

    A.  A fuse must be replaced after use, but a circuit breaker can be

    reset.

    Explanation:

    A fuse works by actually melting, so there is physical damage that interrupts conduction of current due to lack of conductive material.

    The circuit breaker is a switch operated automatically when there is excess flow of current. It interrupts that way the flow of current, but can simply get reset (back to its original close position) once the problem that caused the overflow of current in the circuit is found.

    This better agrees with answer A in the list of possible choices.

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