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Exclamation Illegal use of springs?

Does anyone know if a team is allowed to keep a breaker from tripping using a spring? We had an inspector say "no way" after having used this idea for the past four years or so.

(PS - I am not part of the electronics sub-group on the team, so the closer to common knowledge vocabulary that the responses are, the better.)
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