I installed a new circuit for 3 countertop outlets in a kitchenette in the basement. These have already been inspected (WA State) and passed. 2 of the outlets on one side of the J box are 120v, 20amp outlets, and the one on the other side of the J box is a GFCI outlet. They are connected to a 20amp AFCI (and GFCI? see photo) breaker. When I try to install a GFCI outlet on the other branch, it will trip every time I reset the outlet- it trips at the breaker.How can I install GFCI outlets on this side of the J box?The inspector said they were necessary despite the AFCI and what looks like ground protection at the breaker? see photos for better explanation.
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