I was plugging in my bug zapper for the season and it occurred to me that the outdoor outlet was not GFCI. I'm assuming it should be and would like to replace it, but I wanted to make sure that's the right thing to do and if it's as simple as just buying a GFCI outlet.
Additionally, when the house was inspected (by a lazy old guy named "Junior"
), he said he assumed there was a GFCI outlet in the garage even though the former owner had put a 6 outlet adapter over it. I got curious this weekend and took the adapter off, and there is none. Should there be there, too? It's dead center-vert and horz--of the wall that has the water heater on it.
There are GFCIs in both bathrooms and one in the kitchen for the outlet on one side of the sink, but not the other. What is the rule here? If someone could tell me every place that should have a GFCI, I'm happy to go around and correct it.