I always attempt to read threads to research and educate myself and hopefully stitch together the answer to the question I need. At this point I think I know what to do, just need some confirmation. I could use some help at the electrical panel.
Current setup is a pool built in the mid to late 90's (I think) and the pool subpanel (GE) has 3 individual breakers, all are 20A GE single pole. Breaker 1 controls the pool lights, spa blower, and an GFCI outlet. Breakers 2 and 3 (each single pole) are run to my timer box to supply power for pump, heater, and stenner. After reading, I'm pretty sure this is not code worthy and more importantly, not safe - which is why I think I need to change it.
My plan is to swap the breakers for GFCI ones, and I want to make sure I am getting the right ones. I think I need the GE THQL1120GFP for breaker 1 and the GE THQL2140GF for breaker 2(3). Here are the links for details:
My assumption is I need a 20 and 40 amp respectively to match the current amp ratings. I'm betting I could probably get away with a 30amp for the breaker 2(3) - I calculated the load of my equipment and it is ~17amps. Assuming 30 is ok, then I should get this, right? http://www.homedepot.com/p/GE-30-Amp...0GFP/100176128
Hoping some of you electrical types can weigh in here. Thx!