How to CFCI-protect a 3 gang box where each receptacle is on a different circuit

by Scribblemacher   Last Updated April 16, 2018 12:21 PM

How to CFCI-protect a 3 gang box where each receptacle is on a different circuit.

There's a 3-gang box near my kitchen sink. In it is a light switch, the garbage disposal switch, and an outlet. All of these are on different circuits (with the disposal on a dedicated circuit).

Is there a way to project all of these with a single GFCI, or do I need to replace all three with GFCIs?

Tags : gfci


Answers 1


I will post my comment as an Answer.

The Outlet, the Garbage Disposal (intermittent usage) , the lights are probably all on the very same Circuit Breaker.

Change out the Circuit Breaker in your panel for something like this {click me}.

Ken
Ken
April 16, 2018 11:57 AM

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