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Yes. That's what pigtails are for. No problem at all. Incoming (from panel) wires -> LINE side of GFCI Outgoing wires - short pigtails (colors matching the outgoing wires, normally black & white) -> LOAD side of GFCI On the other end of each pigtail, wire nut the two matching wires to the other locations. All grounds (both sides) are connected ...


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Yes, as long as you're connecting the wires at the load end, the GFCI doesn't care how it's connected. You'll have to install a large enough box to accommodate 9 wires coming into it though. According to this chart https://www.bhg.com/home-improvement/electrical/how-many-wires-in-an-electrical-box/ You're not going to be able to use a standard 3 x 2 box (...


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