|Product Depth (in.)||1 in||Product Height (in.)||0.37 in|
|Product Width (in.)||2.56 in||Size||1 in.|
|Electrical Product Type||Filler Plate||Mounting Type||Plug In|
|Product Weight (lb.)||0.05 lb||Returnable||90-Day|
|Certifications and Listings||ANSI Certified, UL Listed||Manufacturer Warranty||Square D warrants equipment manufactured by it and sold through authorized sales channels to be free from defects in materials and workmanship for eighteen (18) months from date of invoice by Square D or its authorized sales channel.|
A: In Kilowatts Electrical Supply
A: You have to buy the plates that match the breaker box brand. They are all different. Square d only fit square d boxes.
A: The HomeLine panel opening is 1 inch high per single circuit breaker. Thus the filler plate is 1" high. I've seen other filler plates that are 3/4 inch high, but NOT for HomeLine panels.
A: The filler plate for use in the Homeline load centers is part number HOMFP. The part number HOMFP are the ONLY filler plates to be used for the Homeline load centers to fill a branch breaker opening in the deadfront trim when a twistout has been removed and no branch breaker will be installed in that position. The HOMFP will contain 5 filler plates in the package. NOTE: the filler plate is plastic and approximately 1" wide x 2.56" long, BUT this is the ONLY filler plate available for Homeline Load Centers. Regards, Customer Care
A: Measure the height of the opening and then go to the store and purchase one that had this same height.
A: This pack contains three (3) 1-inch filler plates. The GE brand contains two (2) 1-inch plates and two (2) 1/2-inch plates.
A: If you've got burning going on inside of a breaker panel, you need an electrician (ASAP).
A: You better have an electrician check out the excessive heat. Something isn't right.
A: Replacing a filler plate is fairly easy, just pop the existing plate out and place the new one on the trim. The trim does not need to be removed. I would be more concerned on what made something burn on the inside. I would recommend a electrican to see what caused the burn.
A: I would check with an electrician to find out what caused them to overheat. That would be my assumption as to why they were turning black.