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Old 05-31-2016, 12:12 PM   #1
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Quick Electrical Question

I don't have access to my TT at the moment. I'm adding another breaker to put the converter on its own breaker. Can someone confirmthe right breaker type? Eaton, Murray, some special RV type, etc...? Plan on going with another twin 15A which will leave me with a spare for other future uses.


p.s. I would search the forums, but the search doesn't work, like many other things, on our work computers.
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EATON

BD1520
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A1520

Square D has one also but not sure of the model number

It has the 2 15 amp mini-breakers on it.

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EATON

BD1520
or
A1520

Square D has one also but not sure of the model number

It has the 2 15 amp mini-breakers on it.

Don
Thanks! Now I can pick one up and get it put in before I leave on a 4 day trip tomorrow.
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We ended up cancelling that trip due to weather, but dropped by Home Depot the other day and picked up an EATON BD1515. Installed it yesterday morning and moved the non-GFCI outlets over to the new breaker. Now the breaker labeled Utility Converter only has the converter on it, as it should have been from the factory IMO. Took about 5 minutes, took longer to find a screw driver than it took to install it. Anyhow, now I just need to label it and I'll have a spare 15A breaker on the very top.

Thanks for your help on the breaker type Mustang65!
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