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Bryant 125a 20 pos sub panel. One of the incoming wires was loose in the main lug (~1/3 turn). This one lug is doscolored and I would like to replace it. Just can't find the cross reference for this part.

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If you can't find one at your local electrical distributor, you might try this link: http://www.aplussupply.com/break/cut/br/br.htm

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Need to install a 2pole 20 amp gfci breaker in an ite bq panel. what are my options as I don't think they make this breaker in type bq?


Hi Pauline, I'm an electrician and can help you with this problem.

The only breakers that are permitted to be installed in any circuit breaker panel are listed inside the door on the label. Introducing any other type or brand is a fire hazard and a code violation. The national electrical code is very clear on this.

If you need to provide a GFCI protected circuit from this panel, you'll probably need to install a smaller panel from this panel - called "sub-panel" of a brand and type that will accept a GFCI circuit breaker. This is done by purchasing a 2P20A GFCI breaker and a smaller circuit capacity / ampacity panel rated for the same voltage as the main panel. You'll also need a ground terminal strip for this panel, too. A 60A main lug panel with 8 or more circuits type panel might be a good place to start. Purchase a 2P circuit breaker with an ampacity no greater than the sub panel is rated at - in my example - a 2P60A would be right. You may use a smaller breaker (2P40A or 2P50A) if you wish - but none greater. Mount the sub panel in a location near the main panel. Remove and discard the bonding screw or lug (if provided and installed already) that may connect the neutral bar and threaded into the panel enclosure. Install the ground terminal strip you purchased separately into the threaded holes provided for it inside the panel enclosure. Install the Ground symbol sticker next to this bar. Run a 4 conductor cable, pipe & wire, etc. feeder sized for 60A based on the location, temperature, etc. between the main panel and the main lug panel. Terminate the cable the sub panel end as follows: black & red or "hot" wires into the the lugs that are connected to the bus bars, white or "neutral" to the neutral bar and the bare or green "ground" wire into the ground terminal strip you installed previously.

Next terminate the other end of the cable. Power off the main panel completely. Terminate the white neutral and the bare or green cable in the neutral bar in separate terminals. Install only one wire per terminal - do not "double up" wires under a single screw. If there is a separate strip for neutral and separate strip for ground - maintain neutral wires to neutral strip and ground wires to ground strip. Also, do not intermix ground and neutral wires in the others terminal strips! Install the 2P60A breaker in an unused space in the main panel. Connect the two hot wires to the breaker terminals. If using aluminum wires, be sure to clean and apply oxide inhibitor to stripped ends of the wires.

Now, you should have a smaller panel with 8 or more empty spaces for circuit breakers that will become live when the 2P60A breaker is in the main panel is turned on. With it still off, install the 2P20A GFCI breaker in the new sub panel. Run your circuit(s) to this panel. Connect them as usual - but any neutral and ground wires installed must be terminated in their respective terminal strips. As mentioned above, never install them in the others strip.

If installing in a 3 phase environment - you may wish to install a 3 phase sub panel so that 3 phase loads can be connected to it. This will require a 3P60A breaker and 5 wires instead of 4 wires to be run between the two panels. The additional wire would be a hot and blue in color for a 240/208/120 panel.

I hope this helps & good luck!

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How to replace a Bryant GFCB120 Circuit Breaker


If you have a Bryant load center, you can use other breakers in it, including the Eaton GFCB120 GFI since several companies unified their design. The GFI (ground fault interrupter) or GFCI (ground fault circuit interrupter), same thing, may be required for a device you are installing, such as bathroom, kitchen or outdoor fixtures.
The Eaton series includes very clear installation instructions, but if your problem is that they are missing, then all you do is install the breaker in a open slot in the breaker panel, but you have to attach the neutral [white] wire differently. On regular breakers, the neutral goes right to the ground lug in the panel. With a GFI breaker, it goes through the breaker, and then is connected to the ground lug.

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Bryant panel issues


check ur mains sounds like u are getting a loose connection or more likely u are loosing a phase of power which will kill one side of the panel or one phase at a time which would affect half the panel at a time

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I have a Square D Main Breaker Q2M-2150-MT that main lugs for incoming power has corrosion. I was able to remove 2 of 3 lugs, clean and apply nolox. 3rd. lug I cannot get loose. I tried PB Blaster and...


Put cheater bar on lug tool.
Maybe that's bit crude for delicate circuit breaker, so you should place lug tool correctly and brace breaker against box using carefully cut wood blocks and boards.

Real concern is that rust indicates condensation, which indicates high heat and maybe undersized breaker and wire. Or bad breaker.

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Where is the main switch to shut off the power in the house? I was vacuuming and the power went out in various areas around my condo. I think I have isolated the breaker and want to change it but I do not...


In some condos/apartments the main breakers are located outside. This is because the meter and incoming service are some distance from the local panel. Perhaps your breaker isn't bad, but the additional load of the vacuum caused it to "trip" Unlike some brands the Bryant don't show a trip indication other than the handle moving. Try turning this breaker completely off, ( if it was tripped, it will click) then turn it back on. If you do locate the main outside, and decide to change the breaker inside, be sure to "lock out" the main disconnect while you're working on the panel.

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We have a westinghouse box and it has a 200 amp main breaker, but we cannot find a 200 amp breaker anywhere. Do you have any idea where we can locate one??


You should get the exact breaker number to be safe. Westinghouse is not Eaton. Here is one example.
http://www.acehardwaresuperstore.com/westinghouse-replacement-main-circuit-breaker-p-21528.html
There are many places online. 200A breakers rarely fail, unless loose connections on lugs (AL WIRE) cause overheating.

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Samsung lnr406d tv won't turn on. clicks every 20 seconds. tried unplugging for 1 minute. same problem. set top box is responding ok to remote, incoming signal is ok.


well probably you have a faulty power supply do this :
>undo the back >look for buggy or burned capacitors in the POWER SUPPLY *this model has two power modules (Main + Sub) >when find the bad capacitor replace it.

just in case that you need the parts numbers of the power supply's are those :
> MAIN : BN41-00521B > SUB : BN96-01805A
you can get online just google it
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What gauge wire do I need to lead into the BR816L125R load center? it is going to the feed through lugs off my 200 amp service breaker.


Hi .. If the load center is next to the main panel you can use #2 copper or #1aught aluminum. You need to use 4 wires .. two hot, neutral, and ground. And in your load center you will need a 125amp main breaker and you will need to keep the neutral bus separate from the box, do not use the bonding screw. You will then need to install a ground bar to the back of the box for the ground wires connection.
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I bought a 500/1 jl audio amp and also a w7 10 sub


if its cutting off and right back on then check your ground and your power wire makes sure both are connected good and none of your fuse's are blown, either that or you got a wire hooked up backwards in the sub.. but my guess is that the sub is hooked up wrong... that sub should be hooked up in a series or in parallel,

ok if your running just one speaker, it should be hooked up like this and 2 speakers are a different way...

this is parallel :pos to pos , neg to neg, then one wire coming from pos on sub to pos on amp then neg on sub to neg on amp but bridge the amp on your amp should be 2 pos and 2 neg in two different channels take the pos off the sub into the pos on 1 channel and then the neg from sub to the neg on the other channel,

this is series : on the sub it will go pos to neg then the other neg and pos will go to the amp, but make sure the pos and neg r on different sides of the sub, dont hook them both to the same coil

if your need more help give me your email and ill send you a pic of how to do it...


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