Multioutlet strip

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Old 08-03-02, 01:54 AM
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Multioutlet strip

I need a code rule here.

A multioutlet strip, located inside a screened-in porch, is plugged in inside the house (The strip's cord runs through a hole and enters the house, where it is plugged into a standard receptacle).

Do we need this circuit to be GFCI protected? And which is the best way to go: Breaker or Receptical?

I am curious as to whether or not outlets of any type located inside a screened-in porch require GFCI protection.

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-Terry
 
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Old 08-03-02, 10:38 AM
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Code does not allow you to run a cord through a hole in the wall. Add a new receptacle on the porch. And yes, it does need to be GFCI protected. A GFCI receptacle is normally the best solution.
 
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Old 08-03-02, 04:35 PM
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Thanks, John
 
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