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Old 07-07-2013, 09:42 PM   #16
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Thanks Marc. I was wondering the same thing - are overhead outlets such as I've wired required to be on a GFCI circuit? I wired them that way so that I can use a specific type of light (which I can reposition as needed) and the extra outlets are always useful. I'll probably just bite the bullet and install the GFCI breaker. The problem is that my main panel is full (especially the neutral/ground bar), and the panel doesn't have a mains breaker to shut the whole thing off - so I'm reluctant to mess around in there. Thanks everyone for all the help. - mark

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Before you do anything more I will get ahold couple guys which they live in that state and they can give me some info to pass it to ya to see where the codes stand for the luminaire requirement.

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