|The Davis-Besse Nuclear Power Station remained shut down Sunday after one of its four reactor coolant pumps experienced trouble. ASSOCIATED PRESS|
Workers identified a problem with electrical wiring that connects a terminal box to the motor that powers one of the plant’s four reactor coolant pumps, said Jennifer Young, a FirstEnergy spokesman.
The wiring requires repair, and testing of the motor continues, she said. She did not know when the plant would restart or what caused the wiring problem.
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Editor's Note: As per NRC Event Notification Report #49159, the shutdown occurred on Saturday, June 29th at 9:20 EST due to "REACTOR COOLANT PUMP TRIP". See map of Davis-Besse below.