10250T1311 - Eaton Cutler-Hammer Selector Switch Operator
Eaton Push Button Operator compact easy to install The 10250T 30.5 mm black knob pushbutton line features a zinc die cast construction with chrome-plated housing and mounting nut.
- Product Name: Eaton 30.5 mm, Heavy-Duty Selector Switch Operator
- UPC: 782113219691
- Product Length/Depth: 1.9 IN
- Product Height: 2.2 IN
- Product Width: 1.9 IN
- Product Weight: .25 LB
- Compliances: CE Marked
- Certifications: CSA Certified, UL Listed
- Product Category: Selector switch
- Throw Type: 60 Degree
- Number Of Positions: Two-position
- Series: 10250T
- Type: 30.5 mm, Heavy-Duty
- Actuator Color: Black
- Rating: NEMA 3, 3R, 4, 4X, 12, 13
- Illumination: Non-illuminated
- Cam Code: Cam 1
- Actuator: Knob
- Authentic Eaton / Cutler Hammer Product
- Dimensions (H x W x L): 2.2" x 1.9" x 1.9"
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Communication was great. Informed the order was placed. Informed when it shipped (next day). Informed the order was out for delivery.
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Perfect, brand new and great product
I had a couple of circuits in my 4-5 year old home that were popping under minor loads (couldn't run more than 1 normal PC in a room). I dug about in the circuit panel and discovered that both of the circuits were controlled by these fault-controlled breakers that are now often used where an outlet is near a water source. I replaced the two switches (turn off power to the panel, 4 screws to open it. pull the old breaker, 3-4 screws to wire-up the new breaker, clip in the new breaker, close up panel, turn on power... check YouTube for a how-to) and poof! Everything works as it should again.
Easy to install and it seems to work well.
If you have a master switch (and turn it off!) then you can install this safely yourself. If not, you need a professional to help.