I have a Multi-wire branch circuit & would like to connect GFCI receptacles. The MWBC currently powers dimmable LED lights in basement. In process of finishing basement. I would like to extend MWBC to GFCI receptacles in basement. So each half-circuit would have gfci receptacles. Each half-circuit would include a few extra non-gfci receptacles which should have gfci protection since they will be connected to the load side of up-stream gfci receptacle.
GFCI receptacle instructions has warning: 'do not install gfci receptacle in an electrical box containing (a) more than 3 wires (not including ground) or (b) cables with more than two wires (not including ground)'.
Can GFCI receptacle be installed to Multi-Branch Wire Circuit as long as I pig tail Neutral before connecting to GFCI receptacle?
Will Neutral pig tail satisfy NEC 300.13 (B) device removal? 300.13 (B) says: 'In MWBC, continuity of grounded conductor shall not depend on device connection such as lampholder or receptacle where removal of device would interrupt continuity.'
Any issues expected if non-gfci receptacles are installed on load side of gfci receptacles on each half-circuit so they have gfci protection as well?
Any feedback will be greatly appreciated!