Ideas on GFCI circuit

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Old 08-21-09, 11:07 AM
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Ideas on GFCI circuit

I have a GFCI outlet in the kitchen and it feeds a microwave, and all of the home's outside outlets. It becomes annoying that when someone works on the outside with any power tools and the microwave is used, the circuit trips. I'd like to separate the outodoor outlets from the existing GFCI outlet, and place them on their own circuit in the panel, and use a GFCI circuit breaker. I understand the wiring of the GFCI cirucit breaker, and alos understand I have to attached the circuit's neutral to it, and the connect the breaker to the neutral bus bar in the panel. The question is: how cna I find the neutral that feeds the outside outlets. Any ideas?
 
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Old 08-21-09, 11:16 AM
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It's the one in the new cable you pull from the outdoor receptacle box to the main panel.
 
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