Re: NANFA-- GFCI/FIRES/Electrical
Wed, 10 Dec 2003 09:30:52 EST

In a message dated 12/10/03 9:08:02 AM, writes:

<< You do not need a grounding prong on a plug inserted into a GFCI to make it

work. >>

However, you do need to have the GFCI outlet grounded. An "electrician"
failed to do this when he installed the required GFCI outlet in our remodeled
bathroom. It did not trip when tested. He had attached the ground wire to the metal
box, but that was not grounded.

Lee Harper
Media, PA
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