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Old 02-05-2021, 08:17 AM   #1
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Rocker Switch / Circuit breaker

I am looking for a 40 or 50 amp rocker style circuit breaker. These are made bu Carling. Anybody know a supplier?
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grainger carries carling.
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Try reaching out to Carling. They helped me find the sliding cover for the generator/shore power switch on the breaker panel. Took them a few days to get back to me but they were very helpful.
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I took the part number off of one of my breaker switches and got one from Carling. They were very helpful.
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Those look like similar to an a H-Series breaker with a curved rocker style actuator, but I don't see any H-series that cover 40 or 50 amps.

https://www.carlingtech.com/sites/de...COS_021114.pdf

Are you trying to replace an existing breaker or add a new circuit with something that looks the same? If replacing, is there a part number on the old device?
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Are you sure they are circuit breakers? Usually circuit breakers would be labeled OFF and RESET. I think those are just switches.

Blue Sea System rocker switches are rebranded Carling Switches.

I see mounting screws above and below the rocker, maybe I’m wrong about them just being switches.
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As someone said thise do look like Carling H series, which only go uo to 35A.

Is the goal to replace them (and the wiring), with bigger?
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Are you sure they are circuit breakers? Usually circuit breakers would be labeled OFF and RESET. I think those are just switches.

Blue Sea System rocker switches are rebranded Carling Switches.

I see mounting screws above and below the rocker, maybe Im wrong about them just being switches.
Yes, they are breakers. I kept tripping one for a 12 volt socket while trying to operate a water toy inflator. The inflator required a 20 amp circuit and the breaker was 10 amp.
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