15A Mini Circ Breaker (Bussmann BP/MB-20 20 Amp Edison Base Plug Fuse Circuit Breaker, 125V)

15A Mini Circuit Breaker, Screw In, Resettable, Carded.

Connecticut Elec/ View-Pak #VPKMB-15 15A Mini Circular Breaker CONNECTICUT ELEC/VIEW-PAK

Shipping Weight: 2.1 ounces
ASIN: B000BQU1CU

15A Mini Circ BreakerFuses)

Bussmann BP/MB-20 20 Amp Edison Base Plug Fuse Circuit Breaker, 125V

For replacing Edison base plug fuses in residential fuse panels. The base is the same as a light bulb base. All sizes fit the same fuse receptacle. This is an Edison base manual reset circuit breaker featuring brass threads with plastic body construction. Fits standard base fuse receptacles. Fuse is resettable upon overload event.

Edison base manual reset circuit breaker
Brass threads with plastic body construction
Fits standard Edison base fuse receptacles
Resettable upon overload event
Replaces Edison base plug fuses in residential fuse panels

Bussmann BP/MB-20 20 Amp Edison Base Plug Fuse Circuit Breaker, 125VCircuit Breakers)

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2 Responses to “15A Mini Circ Breaker (Bussmann BP/MB-20 20 Amp Edison Base Plug Fuse Circuit Breaker, 125V)”

  1. Alice Seba Says:

    If you own an older house, then you’ve had the pleasure of changing fuses. In our little house that means groping around in the dark to find a flashlight so I can find the proper amp fuse. Half the time, the end result is a trip to the hardware store. With these installed, all you have to do is open the fuse box and press the button when it trips. No muss, no fuss, and no pricey bids from electricians to replace the fuse box. I just wish Bussmann made more than two sizes.

  2. Suze Wilson Says:

    I purchased this in case I popped the breaker in my kitchen (1 20amp circuit), however it didn’t last long.
    I rewired the outlets in the kitchen to new commercial outlets and in the process one of the outlets the old wires shorted when I had screwed it in.
    (Tight squeeze, the old insulation must have had some cracks in it and made a connection when pushed into the metal box.)
    The circuit breaker popped as it should, however it ruined the breaker.

    Now, if it had been a simple over-load maybe it would have survived. That said, I have to knock a star off because if you have a problem like mine then it’s quick $10 out the window
    (admittedly, I’m glad the breaker was chared and not my house.)

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