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Square D

Model HOM130CP

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Store SKU #576395

Homeline 30 Amp Single-Pole Circuit Breaker

$3.72 /each

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The Square D by Schneider Electric Homeline 30 Amp One-Pole Circuit Breaker is used for overload and short-circuit protection of your electrical system. This breaker is compatible with Homeline load centers and CSED devices.  The ANSI-certified and UL-listed unit is rated for 120/240 VAC and 10,000 AIR. Homeline circuit breakers are built with the same Square D brand quality you have come to expect at a price that makes them the best value in their class. Homeline circuit breakers are the best in class. Designed exclusively for the residential market, Homeline products offer everything you need to distribute electricity throughout your home.

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what amp braker do i need to use if useing a 140 amp mig welder? there is a 15 amp braker in know and it keeps tripping

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August 25, 2015
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You must change the wire too. 10 gauge is minimum, 8 gauge aluminum
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May 26, 2015
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Please contact the welder manufacturer for their recommendation of required breaker.
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What copper wire gauges will work for this 30 amp breaker?

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June 7, 2016
I have a short run and I prefer to use a heavier gauge wire.
If I use 10 gauge, 8 gauge or 6 gauge will the breaker accommodate various wire thicknesses?
My appliance has very thick wires and I want to match them.
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June 9, 2016
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Each lug on HOM130CP will accept one 14-8 AWG aluminum, or one 14-8 AWG copper, or two 14-10 AWG copper.
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Can you land 2 wires under this breaker?

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May 3, 2016
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Thank you for your inquiry. Yes, please use two #14-#10 AWG copper.
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can i go higher on voltage?

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January 23, 2016
I have a problem with a breaker, I turn on the toaster and the kettle and it blows out, soI have to run out and reset it. The amp is 20 but keeps going out, can it be replaced with a higher voltage ie; 30amp
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January 24, 2016
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No, that will mostly likely result in a fire. Your amperage breaker must match the wire size. If you use a larger breaker then it will not trip when it is suppose to. You have a overload situation where too many devices are on that particular circuit. Use the toaster on difference circuit.
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