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The causes of a CB Control fault are as follows:
1. Circuit Breaker control is turned on and inputs I11 and I12 are not wired.
2. Circuit Breaker control is turned on and inputs I11 and I12 are wired incorrectly. I11 should be wired to the open status on the breaker while I12 is wired to the closed status.
3. Circuit Breaker control is turned off but inputs I11 and I12 are still assigned to the open and closed status's on the breaker. Reassign to the correct application or other use if not in use.
Note: If SEPAM 80 Series is being used I11 = I101 and I12 = I102.