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kit:electrical_safety [2018/09/26 19:30]
steve [In-line GFCI]
kit:electrical_safety [2018/10/01 20:24] (current)
steve [Summary]
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 ==== In-line GFCI ==== ==== In-line GFCI ====
-If you already have an ordinary (non-GFCI) outdoor-rated extension cable that you want to use, you can buy a very short extension cable with GFCI protection. To use one of these, you plug the GFCI cable into your power outlet then plug the outdoor extension cable into this in-line GFCI cable. ​+If you already have an ordinary (non-GFCI) outdoor-rated extension cable that you want to use, you can buy a very short extension cable that will provide ​GFCI protection. To use one of these, you'd usually ​plug the short GFCI cable into your power outlet then plug the outdoor extension cable into this in-line GFCI cable- ​ But be sure to follow the directions that come with the cable.
  
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 +====== Summary ======
 +All of these suggestions should be considered and proper safety equipment and procedures should be followed in all aspects of assembly and use of the CrowBox.
  
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