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  1. General DIY Discussions
    After reading the NEC code for bathroom receptacles, it is clear that a 20 amp dedicated circuit with GFCI protection is required. I'm planning to wire 3 bathrooms with a dedicated 20 amp circuit, with 2 receptacles in each bathroom. One of the bathrooms is on a different floor level, but all...
  2. Electrical
    Greetings, All. I'm wiring my bathroom vent, light, and gfci outlet, and would like to get the board's collective wisdom. The power comes into the light. The gfci, light switch, and fan switch also come into the light. My two questions are 1. how do I wire the fan switch -- which is in a...
  3. Electrical
    I moved into an old house four years ago with a GFCI in the bathroom that worked fine until last week. My wife used an old hairdryer down stream in the circuit and it tripped. It would intermittently go on and off over the next few days until it finally gave up the ghost. I put a new GFCI in...
  4. Electrical
    I live in Ontario, Canada, and my house is a newly built, less than one year. I'm questioning the builder for some receptacles may not comply with the code. I think they should be GFCI protected, but they are not. I've check the panel, there is no any GFCI breaker. Please someone familiar with...
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