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#96352 - 11/20/05 06:53 PM ark fault cir.
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can you switch a arkfault cir.

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#96353 - 11/20/05 06:58 PM Re: ark fault cir.
Dave T Offline

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You certainly can.

#96354 - 11/20/05 09:16 PM Re: ark fault cir.
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Can I install a GFI outlet on a circuit protected by an arc fault breaker? I need to install a fan in a shower and it is the only circuit availabke.

#96355 - 11/21/05 06:24 AM Re: ark fault cir.
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If it was easy, anyone could do it.


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