I have a multiwire branch circuit (MWBC) connecting my dishwasher and disposal that connects to a Cutler-Hammer (using Eaton breakers) panel. After a renovation, an inspector told me I need the dishwasher to have an accessible GFCI break point, and of course, everything has to be AFCI too.
Apparently, an 'accessible' break point does not include the outlet that the dishwasher plugs into, because it is behind the dishwasher. So, that would mean I need a GFCI/AFCI breaker on the circuit. Since it is an MWBC, it appears what I need is a 2-pole GFCI/AFCI combo for my panel. But the problem is, I don't think Eaton (Cutler-Hammer) has a 2-pole GFCI/AFCI, type CH (to fit this panel).
So I don't know what to do: the breaker I need doesn't seem to exist, but code seems to indicate this non-existent breaker is the only solution. Does anyone know what to do here? Maybe I'm wrong about what I need?
Thanks in advance.