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Old 11-16-2010, 08:02 PM   #16
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Washing machine and dedicated circuit.... ?


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Is the basement/laundry area finished? I'm guessing not based on age of house and comments about an "easy run". I'm 95% sure all outlets in unfinished basements need to be GFCI protected. So you'll need a GFCI outlet (what I would do) or a GFCI breaker.
Yes, unfinished basement. The section of the code describing the washing machine circuit makes no mention of GFCI, but then again it makes no mention of basement either


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