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Old 08-25-02, 08:34 AM
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Hello, Out There: I have a GFI outlet at my bathroom counter on the left. I am VERY right handed. I wonder if I can tie into the GFI and bring power down in the wall and add an outlet under the countertop in the vanity. (counter top in the way for kit) Then I can put a power strip or outlet on the right. That way blower dryer cords etc... don't have to cross over wet sink. Anybody got some advice for me?
 
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Old 08-25-02, 09:53 AM
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Sure, you can "tie into" the GFCI outlet. They are designed to be.
You have your main power coming in and thier should be two screws for the "Load" That is where your new outlet would be tied in at. I wouldn't recommend a power strip in the fashion you are describing. And the job of installing another outlet would be a large task. I think I would have a long discussion with my left hand and tell it to do it's fair portion of work!!
 
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