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#162665 04/23/07 08:23 AM
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I guess I need to study more about this. Jan. 2008 NEC, dwelling unit application. How can AFCI/GFCI protection be provide for (example) kitchen counter receptacle. Are there going to be combination AFCI /GFCI circuit breakers available to purchase?

Last edited by Frank Cinker; 04/23/07 08:25 AM.
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That is the easy part.
AFCI breaker and a GFI receptacle.
Now make the receptacle tamper proof.
Now explain to the customer why this is needed.
Alan--


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If it was easy, anyone could do it.

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