Model # THQP115

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GE Q-Line 15 Amp 1/2 in. Single Pole Circuit Breaker
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GE

Q-Line 15 Amp 1/2 in. Single Pole Circuit Breaker

  • Q-line plug-in breaker for residential load centers
  • Box type terminals
  • Quick make, quick break switch
$4.28 / each
If you buy 10 or more
$3.68 / each

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The GE Q-Line 15 Amp 1/2 in. Single-Pole Circuit Breaker has a tin-plated copper stab to create a reliable, permanent and corrosion-resistant connection. The unit has a dedicated calibration screw which is cemented to prevent shifting. The attached screw creates a stable calibration for optimum performance. The case is made of heat-resistant thermoset for stability and structural integrity.

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Customer Questions & Answers

What gauge wire is best for a 15 amp breaker?

Asked by: Tuch
You would use 14 gauge wire with a 15 amp breaker.
Answered by: CommunityAnswer
Date published: 2016-03-24

Can two of these breakers be used to replace a THQL1110 breaker or are they for a different application?

I'm trying to increase the number of circuits in my load center and haven't been able to locate any THQL breakers with two single poles. If these 1/2 inch breakers are compatible I could accomplish the same thing.
Asked by: Anonymous
Greetings Weez, Thank you for your question. My name is Tom, and I am with Home Depot's How to Community found at the site above. I am here today assisting with answering some of the questions posted on the site and saw yours. The answer actually lies in the diagram on your load center. The dark places are areas where 2 space saving 1/2" breakers can be used instead of the 1" THQL's. You will also see that the THQP's will be listed if compatible with your load center. If you have any further questions, or the diagram is missing, please call GE Industrial's help line at 800-431-7867. Happy to help!
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2015-09-17

i am installing a window unit air conditioner and need a 15 amp breaker with a trip delay. I don't see that breaker listed.

looking at a GE Q-LINE 15 AMP 1/2" single pole circuit breaker
Asked by: Anonymous
Hello Gordo, I’m Newf from the Home Depot’s how-to Community. Thank you for your question. Typically you will find that there are no “trip delay” residential circuit breakers. The parameters for surge or start-up current are built into standard breakers and typically allow for double the rated amperage to pass for a few seconds before tripping. You can see this time/amperage curve for this breaker here: http://www.geindustrial.com/publibrary/checkout/GES-6202A?TNR=Time%20Current%20Curves|GES-6202A|generic If you find that you’re A/C unit trips a standard breaker, I recommend that you upgrade the wiring and outlets to accept more continuous current. Upon doing that a larger breaker could be used. I hope this helps, Newf.
Answered by: Chris
Date published: 2016-03-24
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Q-Line 15 Amp 1/2 in. Single Pole Circuit Breaker is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 3.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from no problem Thankfully, I had no problem with this item. Im not sure why that comment is to short
Date published: 2014-01-10
Rated 4 out of 5 by from It worked. It worked in our 1989 built home. Original 1989 breaker caught fire, circuit was over loaded with a roof snow melting heat-wire. Hopefully works as long as the original over loaded 15 amp breaker (22 years). Never buy a home with a bad roof design.
Date published: 2011-12-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works fine! Had no problem installing this breaker and is working fine.
Date published: 2012-01-24
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