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Questions and Answers for GE Q-Line 30 Amp 2 in. Double-Pole Circuit Breaker

Internet #100356511

Model #THQL2130

Store SKU #198153

  • Q-line plug-in breaker for residential load centers
  • Internal common trip bar and box type terminals
  • Quick make, quick break switch

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Q:do you carry a ge 20amp double throw breaker type rt 693
by|Jul 17, 2022
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Q:Is this breaker an acceptable replacement for a Challenger 100 amp main?
by|Jul 7, 2022
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A:  it depends on how the main breaker is mounted in the panelboard

by|Aug 6, 2022
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    Q:Is there a warranty or rated lifetime on this breaker? I'm presuming the lifetime should be considerably more than 2 years.
    by|May 31, 2022
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    A:  The warranty is one year according to the HD website. These breakers will last decades when properly installed and used.

    by|Jun 6, 2022
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      Q:Is this good for a 208/230v 24000 btu mini split? I currently have a 40amp double pole breaker available but did nit know if i could use that.
      by|May 29, 2022
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      Q:Tripping curve kind
      by|Mar 29, 2022
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      A:  Dear Valued Home Depot Customer, to better answer your question, please contact our HD.com customer service department at 800-430-3376 call any day between 6 a.m. and 2 a.m. EST, or call your local store, they can either answer your question or transfer you to your local store to answer your specific question. -Chris@GEA

      by|Mar 30, 2022
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        Q:The breaker has a label that says 8-3 max wire size but the correct wire size for 50amps is 6awg. Whats up with that?
        by|Mar 12, 2022
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        A:  A heavier than needed wire is always good if the lugs accept it.

        by|Mar 15, 2022

        A:  It means it can accept #8 AWG up to #3 AWG wire. Not #8/3.

        by|Aug 27, 2023
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          A:  Your question is listed under a 30 AMP breaker. Double check your specs. Maybe HD is displaying comments incorrectly.

          by|Jul 7, 2022
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            Q:2 different circuits on g.e. double pole breacker
            by|Dec 29, 2021
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            A:  The short answer is any of the following: This breaker may be used on a single 120 Volt 20 Amp branch circuit, two 120 Volt branch circuits such as a Dishwasher and Garbage disposal or a 240 Volt  circuit such as a small water heater or a baseboard heater.

            by|Jan 22, 2022
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              A:  A double pole breaker is not intended for use with 2 different circuits. It is for use with a single, 240v circuit. There is a tandem breaker with two 1/2” breakers mated together that work individually. This is not that. 

              by|Jan 20, 2024
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                A:  No. This is only for split phase (240V) loads such as an oven, dryer, EV outlet, etc. It will not provide the proper protection if using with 2-120 volt circuits. Buy 2 single-pole breakers for that.

                by|Jan 20, 2024
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                  A:  What is the question?

                  by|Apr 2, 2023
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                    A:  Yes

                    by|Jan 2, 2022

                      A:  No, this is for a 230VAC circuit, requiring to hot feeds of 115VAC.

                      by|Dec 30, 2021
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                        Q:How many amps will a double pole 30 amp corcuit breaker run before it trips? I’m hooking up a jacuzzi and need to have 60 amps 240 v go to sub panel
                        by|Dec 23, 2021
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                        A:  Normally breakers will safely conduct up to the rating on the handle. Time of the load is a factor too, a 30A breaker will conduct 30A theoretically forever but will get quite hot after a period of time. Above 30A its a matter of time before the breaker trips. For instance, if you have a motor that takes 25A, this breaker would start that motor even tho a motor will take many more amps than the nameplate rating when it starts up. This "time delay" feature of breakers allows these short amperage surges without tripping. You could run one of the motors in the jacuzzi on that breaker, but if it sez it needs a 60A breaker, the load will be somewhere in the mid-50s amps with all the motors and heater running. Jacuzzi (and other brands) deliberately have the pump motor manufacturers omit the horsepower rating on the motors so they sales people can lie about the size of the motors, BUT they have to have a running amps rating and voltage. Open the jacuzzi and look at the pump motor amps and add that up. Then take the amps of the heater and add to that for the actual max current draw. More importantly the jacuzzi should be on a GFI breaker - very important!!!

                        by|Jul 8, 2023
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                          A:  a double pole 30 will only handle 30 Amps. you will need a double pole 60 breaker for your installation .

                          by|Dec 27, 2021

                            A:  You need to replace your 30amp breaker to a 60 amp… 30amps is your limit

                            by|Dec 28, 2021

                              A:  A double pole 30 amp breaker will handle 30 amps maximum.  If either pole exceeds 30 amps the breaker will trip. To handle a 60 amp jacuzzi you would need a 60 amp double pole breaker.

                              by|Dec 27, 2021

                                A:  24-amps. That is 80% Of The name plate rating on the breaker. for 60-amps. you need a two pole 60 with #6 copper wire.

                                by|Aug 7, 2022

                                  A:  Technically circuit breakers are rated to run at 80%. 80% of 30 is 24 amps.

                                  by|Dec 26, 2021
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                                    Q:Is the GE item THQL2145 45 Amp 2 in. Double-Pole Circuit Breaker brand new?
                                    by|Dec 21, 2021
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                                    A:  Hi! Thanks for reaching out. To better answer your question, please contact our HD.com customer service department at 800-430-3376 any day between 6 a.m. and 2 a.m. EST, or call your local store. They can either answer your question or transfer you to your local store to answer your specific question. All the best. -Michael@GEA

                                    by|Dec 23, 2021
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                                      Q:will this breaker fit eaton br breakers
                                      by|Oct 21, 2021
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                                      A:  Manufactured breakers must go in same manufacture panels to keep UL listing

                                      by|Oct 23, 2021

                                        A:  The THQL2150 is UL listed for GE load centers. It is not listed for Eaton BR. Thank you for your question.

                                        by|Oct 22, 2021

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