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GFCI Protection of Switch and Receptacle If you want to provide GFCI protection to the entire combination device (both switch and receptacle), you'll want to provide a single feed from the load side of the GFCI to the device. Connect a short bit of black wire to the brass colored LOAD terminal on the GFCI. Connect the other end of that black wire to ...


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I don't know your "switch/outlet" combination in detail, but I'd guess there might be a connection by default (ie, the switch is tied to the outlet unless you break a tab) that's getting upset by the switch being fed from the line side and the outlet being fed from the load side of the GFCI. In any case, the disposal probably ought to be connected to the ...



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