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Old 04-13-2013, 08:03 PM   #16
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Where are you getting the power from?
If it's a close by inside outlet your tapping off of, concider installing the GFI in that box.
Reason being is there's less chance of faulse trips from moisture.
As expencive as wire is it may be cheaper to use two GFI instead of a long run of wire.
I am running a new 20 amp circuit from the panel

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Make sure to use weather resistant outlets and GFCI's for your outdoor locations.

NEC 406.8
Sure will, Thanks for the reply and help
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Make sure you purchase weather resistant receptacles for outside.
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