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    Default toasted GFCI

    If the power company hadn't cut the SEC I would have had the pleasure of testing this fine device.

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    Default Re: toasted GFCI

    I think I would just recommend replacement and save myself the shock!


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    Default Re: toasted GFCI

    Quote Originally Posted by Brent Simmerman View Post
    I think I would just recommend replacement and save myself the shock!
    Replacement!? Without testing it to see if it works?!
    Just kidding.

    True, there's no point in testing its function as a GFCI, but there might be a point in testing the circuit it's on, for grounding, for instance, or voltage drop. Or ... voltage. Here's a pic of the service:

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