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12-09-20, 05:45 AM
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Posted By hawkeye1201

My problem was and is a faulty GFCI located in...

My problem was and is a faulty GFCI located in the garage. I had no idea the lanai was on that circuit until I charted all the breakers. Thanks to all for you input.
12-02-20, 03:26 PM
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Views: 327
Posted By hawkeye1201

I can't explain it but my lanai is back powered...

I can't explain it but my lanai is back powered up. All I had to do was tell my neighbor about my outage, and he brought over his little test light and said I had power. It's one of the damnedest...
12-01-20, 05:33 PM
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Posted By hawkeye1201

to beelzebob, I am not positive that there is no...

to beelzebob, I am not positive that there is no GFI powering the lanai, because I don't know what is the power source for the lanai. I have only one GFI and I know it power 2 kitchen outlets and two...
12-01-20, 04:50 PM
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Posted By hawkeye1201

To Pilot Dane, Yes I turned all the breakers off...

To Pilot Dane, Yes I turned all the breakers off and back on to reset. Yes, I checked for power with a meter at the 2 outlets I opened.

To beelzebob, I will map the breakers because that is...
12-01-20, 01:23 PM
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Posted By hawkeye1201

No Power

I just discovered that I have no power at outlets in my lanai...3 interior and 2 outside outlets.
Ceiling fan and outside lights work ok.
Not sure which breaker it is. but no breakers are tripped...
10-08-20, 02:50 PM
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Posted By hawkeye1201

Thank you. I am going ahead with wash tub and...

Thank you. I am going ahead with wash tub and local 120v GFCI outlets and leave the dryer receptacle as is.
10-07-20, 08:21 AM
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Posted By hawkeye1201

Here is the issue. I am installing a wash tub...

Here is the issue. I am installing a wash tub about 2 feet directly below the receptacle for the dryer. I understand that GFCI protection is required for any receptacle within 3 feet of water.

The...
10-06-20, 06:05 PM
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Posted By hawkeye1201

Replacing a 2 pole breaker with GFCI breaker

I am replacing the standard breaker for my electric clothes dryer with a GFCI breaker. The circuit has 2 hots and a neutral. I understand that the neutral should be moved from the neutral bus to the...
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