Internet #100356507

Model #THQL1115

Store SKU #198099

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

  • Q-line plug-in breaker for residential load centers
  • Box type terminals
  • Quick make, quick break switch
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Product Overview

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

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Ratings
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Interruption TypeStandard TripStandard TripStandard TripStandard Trip
Maximum Amperage (amps)30151520
Breaker TypeSingle PoleSingle PoleSingle PoleSingle Pole
Power Distribution FeaturesNo Additional FeaturesNo Additional FeaturesTrip IndicatorTrip Indicator
Pack Size1111
Voltage (volts)120120120/240120/240
Mounting TypePlug-OnPlug-OnPlug-OnPlug-On
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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
1
Product Height (in.)
3
Product Width (in.)
3.375

Details

Breaker Type
Single Pole
Electrical Product Type
Breaker
Interruption Type
Standard Trip
Maximum Amperage (amps)
15
Mounting Type
Plug-On
Number of Poles
1
Pack Size
1
Power Distribution Features
No Additional Features
Product Weight (lb.)
.314
Returnable
180-Day
Voltage (volts)
120

Warranty / Certifications

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

Questions & Answers

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In general, what is the standard life span of any circuit breaker?

Asked by Leilani July 6, 2018
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There is no standard life span. They can be bad out of the box, fail within a day or last the lifetime of the panel which could be 50 or more years..

Will a GE Breaker work in a Midwest panel?

Asked by Keith February 9, 2020
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Hello. It may fit however you should check the panel. It usually will state what breakers are compatible with the panel. Also, if you have a home Inspection, a decent inspector will check the compatibility. Hope this helps!

Need to replace a 20amp breaker and my question is will increasing to a 25-30 amp breaker hurt or should I stick with a the 20?

Asked by GilSandoval January 21, 2015
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General use 120 volt circuits are limited to a maximum of 20 amps by the NEC. Not only would increasing to a 25 or 30 amp breaker be a code violation, but it would also be a fire hazard.

Will this work on a RV 30 amp breaker plug-in.?

Asked by Trapper August 8, 2019
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It worked in the electrical panel I had to feed an RV from. You need to make sure this breaker will fit in the panel you have.

2 wires connected to breaker. Does this paticular breaker allow to connect 2 same gauge conductors to it?

Asked by Bkhitech July 31, 2016
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Yes you could easily fit 2 12awg conductors on this breaker. No you shouldn't, buy a tandem breaker and place one conductor under each screw. This allows better independent control of those 2 circuits, avoids a splice inside the panel and would not fail in an inspection senario. Check first if your panel accepts tandem breakers.

What type breaker should i use run my new frig off of?

Asked by andy February 13, 2019
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Unless your new fridge is a Sub-Zero brand fridge, a 15 amp circuit breaker will be enough for even the largest refrigerator you can buy without special ordering.

How do I remove a circuit breaker from the breaker box?

Asked by Money November 18, 2011
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This is such a basic question I would suggest you enlist qualified assistance to remove your breaker. I would further suggest you ask questions and receive some basic instruction for future use.

Is a thql breaker the same as a tql breaker

Asked by Dirty January 22, 2016
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They are not the same breaker, but the THQL will sometimes replace the TQL breaker in some applications. Consult the label inside the panel door for breakers that can be used in your panel.

I don't see a model # on my circuit breaker.

Asked by Hunter April 4, 2013
2
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The number you provided is of no use to identify the breaker. Most likely you need a THQL breaker, but I would recommend either taking a picture of a current breaker or taking one into the store to be matched with a THQL breaker.

Willthis breaker fit in a A-Series ll panel?

Asked by RT December 15, 2017
2
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I believe series II panels use TEY,TEYH,TEYL breakers. You did not specify model but to my knowledge those are bolt on breakers. The GE Q line is mostly for residential stab lock panels.

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It's competitively priced. Good solid build to it. Feels hefty, not light. My only gripe with it ...
It's competitively priced. Good solid build to it. Feels hefty, not light. My only gripe with it is the way it seats into the bus. It's a very short travel into the bus and feels like it really isn't on there. As long as it trips when it's supposed to, then I'm not worried. Now I did wish they were shipped in the completely off position. I ordered 21 of them and they were all in the tripped position. This means they were definitely tested before shipping which should build confidence in anyone doing the installation. I'm giving 5 stars for quality. I work in the electrical field and for years SuareD has been king, but I like the build on GE's. I wish they would increase the depth of the bus slot. It would have more surface area contact and you'd feel like it's really in there.
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needed to replace the CB to update the circuit. now my coffee maker makes a full pot, haha.
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It's a residential breaker. At least it trips on a...
It's a residential breaker. At least it trips on a fault instead of becoming a welder. It is a standard sized breaker, as opposed to a slim line, or double throw breaker that fails under the stress of motor loads such as a furnace blower motor. If you are building a home, buy a 42 circuit or larger "load center with MCB". All AFCI, and dual purpose AFCI/GFCI beakers require a full space. Do not install less than a 200 amp, 42 space panel if you have a 3 BR, 2-1/2 bath home or larger, even with natural gas. The price difference between a 125 or 150 amp panel and a 200 amp, and underground service entrance is inconsequential. Insist that your home have conduit between the utility transformer and the meter on your home. Never allow direct burial cable to be installed in your homes service entrance, NEVER. Do consider a 20-24KW generator and service entrance rated transfer switch. It will pay for itself when you sell your home. and you don't have to sweat while sleeping when your neighbors are having huge cookouts to get rid of all the spoiling meat in their freezers.
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Works fine and easy to install
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It worked out well, as expected.
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I always use GE for my electrical panels and breakers. They work great.
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Love GE breakers and panels.
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