Circuit breaker’s are designed to protect the electrical system by tripping in the event of an overload or short circuit. The short or overload has to be eliminated to keep the circuit breaker from doing its job of tripping. An electrical overload is corrected by limiting the draw on a circuit. Short circuits are eliminated by identifying their causes and removing the faulty equipment. Good equipment used under recommended loads will not make a circuit breaker trip in a working electrical system.
Limit the number of appliances and lights being used on one circuit. A household electrical system often combines the lights and outlets in whole rooms on one circuit. Use of a television, stereo, computer and a few lights in the same room is often enough to cause an electrical overload on the circuit.