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I have a 120v GE Advantium oven (microwave/convection/halogen speed cook) that intermittently trips a Square D HOM120DF breaker. I swapped the breaker with an identical breaker in the load panel with no change. The breaker seems to trip only in certain cooking modes, Speed Cook for example.

I gather these breakers are known to be too sensitive. What is the best solution for this issue. The GE oven is brand new.
 

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Did you measure how much current it is drawing when it trips?
 
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