Last Activity:09-26-2009 8:13 PM
Posted in thread: GFCI trips on 09-26-2009 at 08:13 PM
Well, I finally got over there. I heard from somewhere that if you don't turn off the breaker
first, there might be "too much potential" and cause the GFCI to trip when you connect the
wires. I turned...
Posted in thread: GFCI trips on 09-07-2009 at 04:01 PM
I have to agree that it's not "rocket science". I guess that's why I don't quite understand
this. The owner has to put a GFCI in the bathroom as well and when we do that one, we get the
same results. ...
Posted in thread: GFCI trips on 09-06-2009 at 02:21 PM
Hello. I'm sorry for not being on lately. Life is kinda busy around here lately (an many of you
well know!). Anyway, it'd be great to have the DW & GD on seperate circuilt, and really they
Posted in thread: GFCI trips on 09-05-2009 at 12:06 AM
I'm trying to replace some regular outlets in a kitchen with GFCI's. The old outlets are combo
switch/receptacle outlets, so the new ones are of the same type. The "left" one has the switch
for the li...