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tigger959

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#1 posted 05-23-2011 12:29 AM

What I did was to install the GFCI on the outside outlet (looks out toward the field) only. I also think I may install one at the first receptacle on each circuit (two). I probably overdid it but I installed at least two on each wall at a 4’ height to accomodate table height tools and one on each wall at an 18” height to accomodate possible shop vacs. Anyway, didn’t think I could overdo it. Finally, instead of using shop lights (overtime they tend to hum) I am installing 6-9 recessed can lights (these have worked well in the kitchen & utility rooms). Really appreciate your input. In my mind, you can never have enough.

-- Tigger, Texas


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