circuit breakers keep tripping
I recently had a new service entry put on my house to replace an older one after I had a solar unit installed, requiring more capacity then the old service entry.
After the installation of the service entry, the circuit breakers trip regularly for kitchen appliances, including a stove, coffee maker, and toaster.
The stove has its own circuit, and it regularly trips when I have maybe two burners on, or one burner and the oven.
Prior to the new service entry, I never had a problem with the stove or my other appliances on the separate circuit.
My electrician is saying that my old service entry was old and not functioning properly, and now the breakers are functioning normally. He also said maybe I need a new oven (mine is only 10 years old).
Does anyone know what the potential problems might be with the new service entry, or do I just have to live with flipping the triggered breakers several times a week?