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#48924 02/23/05 10:17 AM
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do all receptacles in a unfinished basement have to be ground faulted?

#48925 02/23/05 10:32 AM
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No, single receptacles for specific uses, say a sump pump or washing machine, would not require GFCI protection.

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#48926 02/23/05 10:35 AM
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or a duplex for two dedicated appliances.


#48927 02/23/05 05:25 PM
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Provided they are not readily accessible or are installed in the dedicated space for the appliance & the appliance is not easily moved...


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