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Briyon 11-14-2010 12:50 PM

GFCI Outlet Question
 
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Hi, I am new to the forum. I am in the process of remodeling our kitchen and had a question about GFCI outlets on the same circuit. We are going to add a breakfast bar to an existing wall (see attached picture). There is currently a GFCI outlet on an adjacent wall. There are also currently standard outlets under the counter for the dishwasher and disposal, as well as an outlet on the opposite side of the dishwasher/disposal outlet and one on the end of the wall. All of these outlets are on the same circuit as the current GFCI. We will remove the one outlet at the end of the wall and maybe even the one on the opposite side of the dishwasher/disposal outlet. Not sure if that makes a difference. We would also like to add two new outlets under the breakfast bar counter top. These outlets would be within reach of the sink so I am sure they need to be GFCI. Can I add two more GFCI outlets to the same circuit as the existing GFCI outlet?

Thanks,

Brian



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