How to install Bath GFCI Receptacle


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Bath GFCI installs are relatively easy. Just make sure you install it close to your sink. This is where you will use it the most. Use the type box needed and pull your wire. I recommend using TR-WR GFCI plug. Arc-fault is not needed in bath. This reason is that it is safest and will last longest.

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