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This will work fine. The GFI protection is on the feeder side so everything downstream will be protected. Out of curiosity, why the need for GFCI protection?


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Perhaps the bedroom circuit breaker is one of the "special extra sensitive" circuit breakers that we have experienced... Unfortunately when we completely rewired our (circa 1939) cabin we ended up with several circuit breakers which had been manufactured just after a new regulation was put into effect. The bedrooms due to a new regulation required a new ...


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This (i.e. your feeder breaker tripping before the subpanel breaker) happens in residential subpanels because they lack the nice feature known as selective coordination. In large commercial and industrial installations, an engineer will sit down and work out a series of calculations based on available fault currents, and tables provided by the circuit ...



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