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The breaker in my rheem air handler has gone bad. The part number on it is QOU2603300. I have searched the web and found a QOU260. Are they the same parts?

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Yes, but the following numbers refer to it's mounting. This is a common breaker for rheem/ruud. You can easily pick these up at any rheem or ruud dealer in your area. This is best to ensure the same mounting options for your application.

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