Originally Posted by timchi29
Then how do you get power to # 2 if the power stops at # 1?
Power does not stop at #1, it continues to the 2nd outlet via the LOAD side of GFCI #1 - this is your existing setup
2 ways of doing this as I see it
A) Power goes to GFCI #1, then a wire goes from load of GFCI #1 to the 2nd outlet (which does not have to be GFCI). This 2nd outlet (which is now GFCI #2) is protected by GFCI #1. Currently GFCI #2 serves no real purpose as any problem will cause GFCI #1 to kick out
B) Power goes to GFCI #1, then continues to GFCI #2
Both receive direct power & each GFCI will kick out independent of the other