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Blue Sea Systems Circuit Breaker Push Button Customer Questions and Answers

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Are these the type that function like an on/off switch in addition to being a circuit breaker?

Asked on 06/11/2014 by Mark Parker

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No. you push it to reset it. You would also need a switch

Answered on 06/11/2014 by DAVID WHITNG
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No, they are just a breaker.

Answered on 06/11/2014 by HUGH NEWTON

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Push button circuit breaker devices are just that, circuit breakers and do not function as an off/on switch.They fit in a small dia hole in a breaker panel and are for protection of a circuit only.

Answered on 06/11/2014 by RE BAMBACUS

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No, you push breaker button to reset breaker when tripped

Answered on 06/11/2014 by NEAL FAVREAU

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no.

Answered on 06/11/2014 by harold wasserman

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These breakers only interrupt current flow over the maximum rating of the breaker, they are not a switch.

Answered on 06/11/2014 by ANDY BUTLER

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No, mine was not, anyway. Just a plain breaker to put at the beginning of the circuit.

Answered on 06/11/2014 by JOHN DESPRES
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which type of connection it has on the back ,blade type?

Asked on 03/15/2014 by Undisclosed

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They are blade type on back

Answered on 03/15/2014 by BRUCE IRWIN
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yes, blade.

Answered on 03/15/2014 by DEVERNE DUNNUM

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Yes it has blade type connections.

Answered on 03/15/2014 by ROGER POPE

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Yes, the connections on these breakers are the push-on spade connectors.

Answered on 03/15/2014 by JEROLD MACKINNON

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It's been over a year since I bought several of these breakers, but if I remember they have blade connections. If the clerk picks up one from the shelf, he can verify this info for you fast for the one you are looking to buy.

Answered on 03/15/2014 by RE BAMBACUS

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yes, blade.

Answered on 03/15/2014 by DEVERNE DUNNUM

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The boat into which the circuit breaker was installed is currently in storage in Wisconsin, waiting for the spring thaw. I do not remember with 100% certainty, but I am guessing that the breaker has push-on/quick connect terminals. The breaker illustration can be found by going to the "bluesea" website and typing "7050" into the search box. I hope that this helps.

Answered on 03/17/2014 by RAYMOND M STREGE
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how many terminals on the rear of 20amp?

Asked on 08/01/2012 by Undisclosed

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Are the terminals top and bottom of the 5/8 width. Meaning looking at the %/8 width they would be horizontal top and bottom

Answered on 03/11/2013 by Rick Boarman
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Two.

Answered on 08/07/2012 by DEVERNE DUNNUM

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2 terminals on the back

Answered on 08/03/2012 by ROBERT DAPPER

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two

Answered on 08/02/2012 by HUGH NEWTON

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THERE ARE 2 terminals

Answered on 08/02/2012 by ERLE BATTS

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There are 2.

Answered on 08/02/2012 by PETER MEYER

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there are 2 terminals

Answered on 08/02/2012 by ROBERT DUTROW
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I am trying to replace an E-T-A model, how big is the breaker?

Asked on 11/13/2011 by Phil Burnham

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The breaker itself without considering the push button in the front and the male connectors the back are the following: 35mm x 30 mm x 15mm. If you want to consider the male connectors add 13 mm to the 30 mm and 12 mm if you want to consider the button.

Answered on 11/15/2011 by LINO ROJAS
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Hello, Unfortunately I ordered this item a long time ago. In the same year I had ordered also other brakers from other places. I do not remember which one were from JamesTown.... But I had two types. Ones were smaller and the others were bigger. But I don't remember which were these. For me the size was not a problem since I mounted them on the dash of my Jeep and there was enough space behind the new dash! Probably these were the bigger ones. I guess that would be like 1 1/2" x 1" x 1/2" Not 100% guaranteed

Answered on 11/14/2011 by IVAN KIROV

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i cant remember how big but it fit in nice with the factory ones with no problem

Answered on 11/14/2011 by DAVID POTHIER

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I upgraded from a 15 amp to a 20 amp breaker and found the size to be comparable to the one I was replacing. The biggest issue was unsoldering the original breaker from the buss.

Answered on 11/14/2011 by SCOTT BOEHM

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If I remember right, these are about 2" tall, 1.5" deep and 1/2" wide. Going by memory here from a few years ago...

Answered on 11/14/2011 by GREGORY WILLIAMS

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I don't remember exactly what the dimensions were but I think it was 5/8" wideX1 1/2" longX1"deep. I replaced 10 old E-T-A s that were all corroded. They are on my Hurricane Deck Boat. They fit on a 6"X8" plate. I also bought the silicone caps to seal them. I have had no problems at all

Answered on 11/14/2011 by ROBERT BESSETTE

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It is smaller than a small matchbox. Box measures: 35mm length, 30mm width, 12 mm deep

Answered on 11/14/2011 by GEORGE KENNEDY
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I need 3 of these, and they have to have 3 blades on each. Do these fit my needs?

Asked on 09/14/2015 by John Yeamans

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My husband tells me that this breaker has only 2 blades. He also wanted me to tell you that he got stung by a wasp when he opened the door on the Snorkel to check it out. lol

Answered on 09/15/2015 by DEANNA BRYANT
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No, only two terminals

Answered on 09/16/2015 by WILLIAM MACKEY
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