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    Default GFCI protected outlets

    Did an inspection on a house built in 1984. The exterior, garage, wet bar and bathroom outlets were all protected on one GFCI in the master bath. Is this in need of repair?

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    Default Re: GFCI protected outlets

    Typical for the age. The pdf below was posted by someone else (probably JP or Jerry Mc) a couple of times in the past.

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    http://www.FullCircleInspect.com/

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    Default Re: GFCI protected outlets

    Thanks for the information sheet. What if all the outlets trip on one GFCI, is this in need of repair?


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    Default Re: GFCI protected outlets

    It may be any inconvenience but it is not a repair item. To separate them would be an improvement.


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    Default Re: GFCI protected outlets

    as long as its there though may be incoveinet


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    Default Re: GFCI protected outlets

    Thanks for the replies.


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    Default Re: GFCI protected outlets

    Gunnar,

    The updated GFCI one. Plus one for AFCIs,

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    JP,

    Thank you so much. And here I thought I was already up-to-date.

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