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Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Today I would like to talk about G.F.I's (ground fault interrupter).If you are installing  a g.f.i. you will have a line side and a load side .The line side is your power coming in the load side is your power going out . If you do not get this right your plug will not work. There is usually a piece of tape over the load side or if you look real close at the plug  it will read line and load. You can put up to ten other plugs on one gfi meaning that if there is a fault in those ten plugs it will trip the button on your gfi. Sometimes when a new house is being built electricians will do this to save money but if a plug is not working you have to go around the house and find the gfi that is tripped so I recommend putting a gfi at every point where one is required. Thanks for looking at my blog and check past post for more helpful tips.

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