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i have a 2006 6.0.. and every time i plug it in it trips the breaker..i have a 7.3 also and no problems plugging it in
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you either have a bad cord or bad block element.

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the cord is fine using it on the 7.3 now .. no problems... ive never seen this before haha
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i have a 2006 6.0.. and every time i plug it in it trips the breaker..i have a 7.3 also and no problems plugging it in
Sounds like one of three things is wrong: 1) your block heater cord has a chafe or nick in it and is shorting, 2) the block heater element itself has shorted-out internally, or 3) the outlet or extension cord that you are plugging into isn't rated for the load (the 6.0 block heater draws 1,000 watts - the same as ten 100W light bulbs).

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i figure its not rated for that power because i have all my christmas lights hooked up to the same surge protector... so i just plugged it in to a regular wall outlet and we will see what happens
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