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Old 04-21-2008, 12:37 AM   #1
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1-Can you put, light, fan and gfi receptacle in same circuit?
2-Can you put 2 bathroom gfi receptacle, and fan's on same circuit but lights on the room's circuit?

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1) Yes, as long as the circuit does not leave that ONE bathroom.

2) No. You can share the circuit with other baths if the circuit is just feeding receptacles. If you include any other bathroom loads then the circuit must be confined to that one bath, as said above.

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Thank you Speedy.
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2. If the 2 GFCI are in the same bathroom then you are OK. If in different bathrooms then only receptacles allowed.
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