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Get a wiring tester and verify the GFCI outlet is wired correctly. Swap out he 20A AFCI breaker for a standard 15A or 20A breaker and then see if the GFCI outlet works after that. Use a multimeter at the GFCI outlet to see if the voltage is in the expected range. Post photos of wiring at all locations so we can better help you.


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Many switches that need a neutral have equivalent versions from other brands that do not need a neutral. You may be able to find a switch that has the functionality you want without doing additional wiring. While current code requires a neutral at switches, you are allowed to replace existing switches without rewiring if the neutral is not present. If that ...


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The simple answer is that the breaker is tripping because two much current is flowing through it. Here's a list of some possible causes for over-current: Faulty wiring may be partly short-circuiting Faulty appliance is drawing too much current Too many devices on that circuit, in total drawing too much power I would start by proving to yourself that ...



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