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What happens if you overload a breaker?

A limited amount of electricity is handled by the electrical circuits. An overload happens when you draw more power than the circuit can handle. Is this true? If there wasn't a breaker in the circuit, an overload would cause the wiring to become overheated and cause a fire.

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