Replace Breaker w/ GFCI Breaker
I want to replace a standard 20A breaker on the bathroom circuit with a 20A GFCI one.
The load center is a Square D Box Cat. No. QOBW-20M 100-3. It was installed in the early 80s I believe.
The breaker I want to install is a One-pole QO/QOB Circuit Breaker and Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter, Model QO120GFCI.
Comparing the two, the GFCI is longer, but the hold down clips are positioned the same so it would clip in. I'm assuming it's longer due to the GFCI protection?
Question is: Is this the right breaker?
My research says it is, but it never hurts to get other opinions from the experts here. You guys were invaluable during my kitchen remodel.
All safety precautions have been taken (if you don't include hiring an electrician).