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Old 01-18-2010, 07:48 AM   #16
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I am going to ask what the instruction say the red light is supposed to indicate. Some GFI lights show when the power is on, some when off.
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I am going to ask what the instruction say the red light is supposed to indicate. Some GFI lights show when the power is on, some when off.
On this particular receptacle, green light means power is on, red light indicates either the end of life for the receptacle and/or the receptacle is unable to provide GFCI protection
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