Model # CH120

Internet #100052249

Store SKU #578384

null 20 Amp 3/4 in. Single-Pole Type CH Circuit Breaker

20 Amp 3/4 in. Single-Pole Type CH Circuit Breaker

$8.97 /each

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Product Overview

Eaton's Type CH circuit breakers protect the wires in your home from overheating (referred to as an overload) and fault currents (referred to as short circuits). Our CH breakers are 3/4-in. wide and trip to the off position. They are available in 1, 2, or 3 poles from 10 to 150 Amp. In addition, arc fault and ground fault breakers are available in the Type CH line.

  • Designed for applications up to 2,200-Watt, such as kitchen circuits, branch circuits, wall receptacles, dishwashers, refrigerators, freezers and washing machines
  • HACR and SWD rated
  • Use with type CH load centers only
  • Solid and stranded wire can be used together
  • Requires one 3/4 in. space
  • Learn More About Circuit Breakers Here in our Buying Guide.
  • Note: Product may vary by store

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Customer Questions & Answers

Is this product made in the USA?

Asked by: Andrea
No, this breaker is manufactured in the Dominican Republic. Eaton loadcenters are manufactured in the Lincoln, IL.
Answered by: Eaton
Date published: 2016-12-31

Does this work on a cutler hammer circuit breaker?

Asked by: 1980j
Does what work on a Cutler-Hammer circuit breaker? This is an Eaton/Cutler-Hammer CH series circuit breaker.
Answered by: TomB2
Date published: 2017-01-01

Is this compatable witrh a Westinghouse Box

Asked by: bob
No, this is a Type CH circuit breaker. It will only fit a Type CH loadcenter. For a Westinghouse panel, you will need to use a Type BR circuit breaker.
Answered by: Eaton
Date published: 2016-12-31

What is the differense between a cht breaker and a ch breaker

Asked by: spider
I bought a cht breaker and was told it would fit a ch box.
Answered by: spider
Date published: 2016-12-31

What type 20A breaker has both black and white wires connected?

The circuit breaker box has apparently two types of GFI ckt breakers. One has two wires connected to it, a black and white next to each other. The other is quite a bit longer and used for the kitchen. How do I finf whether the ground (white wire) is open somewhere causing it to trip?
Asked by: goodbyefriend
A breaker with both the black ("hot") and white ("neutral") wires is an Arc Fault Circuit Interruptor. Or AFCI. This breaker is roughly in the $40 range. It is designed to detect ground faults such a GFCI. It also detects sparks or arcs in the circuit like a faulty lamp.Code requires these on circuits such as bedroom outlets. The neutral wire (white) that is on the same circuit as the black wire must go to the breaker for it to operate properly. If replacing the breaker, change one wire at a time and make sure the exact same connector locations are used. The distribution panel should be disconnected at the main prior to performing this replacement for safety. A qualified serviceman is strongly recommended.
Answered by: ResidentialCPR
Date published: 2016-12-31
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