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GFCI testing #30468 10/20/03 02:53 PM
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If I replace a NEMA 1-15 receptacle with a 5-15 GFCI, will the test and reset buttons on the front work when the receptacle is properly wired?

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Re: GFCI testing #30469 10/20/03 03:01 PM
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Yes, but a plug in GFCI tester will not trip the device.
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