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how How do I properly install gfciGFCI outlets with existing 12/3 wire in parallel and on a switch?

I am trying to help my inlaws with a problem in their living room. Two of their outlets stopped working and iI don't really know why. The outlets were wired to a switch in the hallway, which controlled the top outlet, and the bottom outlet was always powered. They were also the middle outlets in a series of 6. I purchased 2 "leviton"Leviton brand slim gfciGFCI outlets. When unhooking the existing outlets, I noticed that both red wires were attached to the top "brass" connector, and both black wires were attached to the bottom "brass" connector, while the white wires were attached to the silver connectors. I have tried every combination of wires I can think of and cannot get it to work? Any.

Any advice?

how do I properly install gfci outlets with existing 12/3 wire in parallel and on a switch?

I am trying to help my inlaws with a problem in their living room. Two of their outlets stopped working and i don't really know why. The outlets were wired to a switch in the hallway, which controlled the top outlet, and the bottom outlet was always powered. They were also the middle outlets in a series of 6. I purchased 2 "leviton" brand slim gfci outlets. When unhooking the existing outlets, I noticed that both red wires were attached to the top "brass" connector, and both black wires were attached to the bottom "brass" connector, while the white wires were attached to the silver connectors. I have tried every combination of wires I can think of and cannot get it to work? Any advice?

How do I properly install GFCI outlets with existing 12/3 wire in parallel and on a switch?

I am trying to help my inlaws with a problem in their living room. Two of their outlets stopped working and I don't really know why. The outlets were wired to a switch in the hallway, which controlled the top outlet, and the bottom outlet was always powered. They were also the middle outlets in a series of 6. I purchased 2 Leviton brand slim GFCI outlets. When unhooking the existing outlets, I noticed that both red wires were attached to the top "brass" connector, and both black wires were attached to the bottom "brass" connector, while the white wires were attached to the silver connectors. I have tried every combination of wires I can think of and cannot get it to work.

Any advice?

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how do I properly install gfci outlets with existing 12/3 wire in parallel and on a switch?

I am trying to help my inlaws with a problem in their living room. Two of their outlets stopped working and i don't really know why. The outlets were wired to a switch in the hallway, which controlled the top outlet, and the bottom outlet was always powered. They were also the middle outlets in a series of 6. I purchased 2 "leviton" brand slim gfci outlets. When unhooking the existing outlets, I noticed that both red wires were attached to the top "brass" connector, and both black wires were attached to the bottom "brass" connector, while the white wires were attached to the silver connectors. I have tried every combination of wires I can think of and cannot get it to work? Any advice?