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accepted Are non-GFCI outlets that are downstream of a GFCI outlet ground fault protected if they are fed from the GFCI outlet's load side?
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comment Are non-GFCI outlets that are downstream of a GFCI outlet ground fault protected if they are fed from the GFCI outlet's load side?
Code-wise is it ok to have non-gfci outlets and gfci outlets on the same circuit?
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comment Are non-GFCI outlets that are downstream of a GFCI outlet ground fault protected if they are fed from the GFCI outlet's load side?
<< Anything spliced before the GFCI will behave as if there is no GFCI. >> Is that a kosher config to have? That is, a GFCI outlet and non-GFCI outlets on the same circuit?
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revised Are non-GFCI outlets that are downstream of a GFCI outlet ground fault protected if they are fed from the GFCI outlet's load side?
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asked Are non-GFCI outlets that are downstream of a GFCI outlet ground fault protected if they are fed from the GFCI outlet's load side?