Internet #100172536

Model #TQMH000

Store SKU #295663

PowerMark Gold Load Center Main Breaker Mounting Base

  • Use with 125A powermark gold load centers
  • Order appropriate breakers separately
  • UL listed
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Product Overview

The GE PowerMark Gold Load Center Mounting Base serves covert a 125 Amp main lug load center to a main breaker load center. The base is UL listed for safety and comes with a lifetime warranty if used in conjunction with a GE THQL breaker.

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
6
Product Height (in.)
4
Product Width (in.)
4

Details

Electrical Product Type
Distribution Load Center / Breaker Accessory
Interruption Type
Standard Trip
Load Center Type
Main Breaker
Mounting type
Plug In
Number of Phases
1
Product Weight (lb.)
0.45
Returnable
180-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
UL Listed
Manufacturer Warranty
One year warranty from first use

Questions & Answers

5Questions7Answers

Will this work in a TL12412R?

Asked by ELVIS March 5, 2020
1
Answer

Thank you for your question. The TQMH000 cannot be installed in a TL12412R.

To install is straight forward enough but after so many years are the hot wires easily removed o...

Asked by Lou February 8, 2018
1
Answer

The wires should not be welded unless the panel was over loaded or was not installed correctly. Make sure to have a good screw driver when you remove the lug screw and if It's tight or squeaks apply "NO LOX" to the threads and work it back and forward till it moves freely.

will this item work in a GE TLM612 box?

Asked by Kilowhat February 4, 2018
2
Answers

NO unfortunately that box requires the absolute part TLMB060HB kit. You can find it sometimes as old new stock like I did. This breaker part is for newer GE boxes and doesn't line up or fit in side

Can I use this device in a TLM812FCUDP with a 70 amp (main) breaker?

Asked by ADL November 4, 2015
1
Answer

As long as you get the 70 amp breaker in the same model the the kit accepts GE THQL OR THHQL

Is your product overview correct?

Asked by FixItYourself October 18, 2013
2
Answers

Incorrect. The TQMH000 only includes the bracket. The TQMH125CP is the part number for the kit with the bracket and 125 amp breaker. https://www.homedepot.com/p/GE-PowerMark-Gold-125-Amp-2-Pole-Main-Circuit-Breaker-Conversion-Kit-THQMH125CP/100118346 The TQMH100CP is the part number for the 100amp kit with bracket https://www.homedepot.com/p/GE-PowerMark-Gold-100-Amp-4-in-Double-Pole-Main-Breaker-Kit-THQMH100CP/100193156

Customer Reviews

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Main Breaker Added Successfully
When we bought our house, we were told the previous owner negotiated his legal fees in exchange for electrical work. Well, it doesn't look like the lawyer got his full value. I noticed several code violations including the lack of a main breaker in the service panel. This panel lies directly below the electric meter and there was never a way to shut it off. We recently decided to look into adding solar and that is when we noticed that the breaker was missing. We have the GE PowerMark Gold TLM1212RCU MOD 2 125 amp panel and the bracket fit perfectly. Here is what I had to do: I contacted our local electric provider and arranged for them to unlock the meter. It was called a spot request and I indicated it was for repair of the panel. Otherwise, a permit would have been needed since it would have been coded as a panel relocation or a brand new panel. I turned off all the breakers and pulled the meter housing which cuts all electricity flowing into the panel, I unscrewed the two 1/0 copper wire leads from the meter and removed the clips off the panel. I removed the two wires because they were too short to bend into the new breaker. I purchased 1/0 Wire from Home Depot by the foot. I installed the new 125 amp GE breaker onto the bracket and secured the wires to it. The tough part was to bend the new longer 1/0 copper wires from the meter to the main breaker so it could fit flush over the bolts without any bending forces. I used a wire bender tool since the wire is thick to carefully guide the wire into place. I applied Ideal Noalox, also purchased at HD, to the connecting ends. Once I secured the breaker to the bolts and clipped the bracket into the clips in the panel, I was able to reinstall the meter and slowly turn each breaker on.
by proxybox
Part must have been updated. Not an exact match. ...
Part must have been updated. Not an exact match. This is a newer addition of same part that fastens differently to the panel buss. Was able to get it to work.
by HomeDepotCustomer
Very easy to install, works great. My local electric supply...
Very easy to install, works great. My local electric supply said they can't order it I have to replace the whole panel, thanks to Home Depot for saving me all that time and money.
by HomeDepotCustomer
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Works
Works
by Triscut
It worked great! Thanks GE!...
It worked great! Thanks GE!
by Hunter
I'm sure the device I bought is just fine, I...
I'm sure the device I bought is just fine, I just wish that it was more apparent on the description of it for which breaker boxes it is compatible with. I will have to by another type from another store since Home Depot doesn't carry the proper conversion kit for my sub-panel.
by Brian
GREAT price, FAST & FREE shipping to my store of...
GREAT price, FAST & FREE shipping to my store of choice.I received EXACTLY what was described and EXACTLY what I needed.PERFECT!
by Mark
fit for purpose some cheap (one time) design stupidity,...
fit for purpose some cheap (one time) design stupidity, but otherwise okay
by HomeDepotCustomer
Excellent in every way !...
Excellent in every way !
by Jeffrey
Part Numbers Explained
THQMH000 is just the mounting kit. It fits any GE 125 Amp Main Lug Panels except the ones with less than 10 circuits, You can use any GE Breaker with it. The confusion arises because some sellers bundle it with a main breaker. For smaller 125 amp panels (6 or 8 circuits) use part THQLRH2 instead.
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