You can troubleshoot your panel.
Follow these steps:
- Turn off or unplug equipment that connects to the tripped circuit
- Try and reset your GFI Switch (located in outlets)
If the power does not come back on, go to the next step:
- Check your breakers or fuses (located in the sub-panel if you have one)
- Shut off the main breaker (usually located outside of the property by the meter) (please note that if you have a panel inside the home its probably a sub-panel)
- Turn the main breaker back on
- After the overload is cleared, the electricity comes back on
If power does not come back on, visit www.pge.com/outage to report it as an outage (or call the outage line at 1-800-743-5002).
When your circuit breaker trips repeatedly, a problem with the equipment on that circuit may be the cause. Call an electrician if the equipment is unplugged and the breaker continues to trip.
For more information on how to turn off your electricity during dangerous events visit is at: https://www.pge.com/en_US/safety/electrical-safety/turning-your-electricity-on-and-off/turning-your-electricity-on-and-off.page