SO I am having a rather odd issue with 4 particular breakers tripping. The cause of the trip has changed, let me explain.
Last night, I first noticed that whenever I started to play a game on my computer it would trip the breaker to the bedroom where the computer is located. Upon further inspection of the breaker box I noticed that the breaker for the dishwasher and disposal had also been tripped although it was not in use. Then later that same night when I tried to use the microwave the breaker for the vent hood tripped.
We had electricians out today thinking it was due to faulty breakers after we had a slight power surge a few nights previous. The odd thing was that now I couldn't get the breaker fro the bedroom to trip playing a game as I could several times the night before. The venthood breaker was replaced and tested while the electricians were here. After installing a brand new breaker it also tripped while turning on the microwave. They looked at the electrical socks and wires and al seemed fine. Then for the remainder of their time here everything worked just fine and for long periods of time. They even placed the original breaker back in for the venthood and everything worked. Once they left I went to my computer to end the game that had been playing and the breaker for the bedroom tripped upon ending the game, opposite of what it did the night before. When I originally went and looked at the breakers after ending the game I noticed that the bedroom and venthood breakers were tripped though we hadn't used the microwave at all. Once I resent the breakers everything worked just fine. The electricians came back out and replaced the breaker to the bedroom and even ran tests on the microwave, fridge and dishwasher and disposal. All were fine and everything was working as it should. So the electricians leave again.
Now a few hours later I do the dishes and run the washer. SO far so good. I run the disposal and the breaker trips as soon as I turn it on. I try and run the microwave and that breaker trips followed by the one tied into the fridge when trying to tun on the coffee maker.
I'm extremely baffled and honestly am afraid to use this stuff in my house in fear of it tripping a breaker. I have not yet tested the bedroom breaker that was replaced yet though.
The other thing I noticed was that last night the bedroom breaker did have a blink code....I don't remember how many times it was blinking....but today it didn't have a blink code at all after being tripped. Also the venthood blink code was 2 but then after the most recent trip it is now only one blink. The Dishwasher and Disposal didn't blink at all.
I know this is probably a lot of info but as the electricians were stumped and basically saying the best bet would be to replace all the breakers that were causing issues and if that didn't work it would be rewiring the house, does anyone else know what might be happening here. According to the electrician the box is good and none of the affected breakers are connected in anyway.
Pictures of my panel as well as two videos I took of the panel and the blink codes.