Electricity can leak from decaying or damaged wiring and start a fire. These fires can spread quickly through the wiring, which is typically hidden behind walls. Electrical fires cause more damage than any other type of house fire, and they are twice as deadly. An electrical arc can occur when an animal chews through the insulation separating the wires, or a nail is driven through a wire when someone attempts to hang something on a wall. An AFCI circuit breaker contains a processor that is designed to recognize the unique current and voltage characteristics of an electrical arc that could start a fire. The AFCI senses that electricity is leaking from the wiring or the spark that occurs when electricity is being conducted through the air. The AFCI then stops the flow of electricity.


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