OK OK OK !! I'm guilty I just can not get enough of this electrical stuff !!!
I will try and make this real quick. I'm going to install one more receptacle in the closet where all my new A/V equipment will go. There is a shared wall from the bathroom to the closet where I will be putting this equipment.
It just so happens that there is a GFCI receptacle on the shared wall inside the bathroom. Ideally I would love to pull from that receptacle for the new one only because I would not have to do any patch work and very little fishing...
I talked to someone at work who has some knowledge on this stuff so I wanted to run his answers by you to make certain this was correct;
I was told that when pulling from a GFCI I can pull from either side Load/Line if I am only installing a non-gfci receptacle with no plans to ever pull from there.
It looks like my current GFCI receptacle is in the middle of the run;
There are a total of three lines coming into the box - two of which are pigtailed together and are fed on the Load side (i believe)
Same way in my previous posts and your answers, add a small pigtail and run the new line to the new receptacle ? Any other considerations ? I would try and take pics however my gf has my digi cam!