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Old 02-07-2009, 03:43 PM   #16
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The only 2 pole 2 wire GFI I've ever seen was a 60. It was used as a supplementary heater for a hydrotherapy tub in a hospital. No neutral, just 2 hots. Every other one I've seen is 3 wire, with a neutral pigtail that landed on the neutral bus, and a lug on the breaker to land the load neutral.

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