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Old 11-19-2017, 09:44 PM   #41
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Old 11-20-2017, 06:33 AM   #42
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You could save even more money by just not using a GFCI at all.
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Old 11-20-2017, 08:23 AM   #43
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You could save even more money by just not using a GFCI at all.
I do that sometimes, like in garages and basements. But not outside, that would be hack.
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Funny guyslike dealing with broken screws....but no one mentioned de-ox. Can't be much to dip your screw in the de-ox.

Make it a great week!!
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Funny guyslike dealing with broken screws....but no one mentioned de-ox. Can't be much to dip your screw in the de-ox.

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You could save even more money by just not using a GFCI at all.
That wasn't funny!
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You people suck. You made me not only buy a weather resistant GFCI, but Leviton GFCI's too.


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Old 11-20-2017, 05:28 PM   #48
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That's too bad you have to do things correctly.
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For an outdoor receptacle the customer is getting white. If they want a specific color they can paint it
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That's too bad you have to do things correctly.
And he went to the dreaded supply house counter! Noooooooooo!
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And he went to the dreaded supply house counter! Noooooooooo!
Peter doesn't know what you mean, he only goes to Home Depot.
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I just burned one up on my screened-in patio...it has a decora cover and I hose the patio down when I clean
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Probably not the best idea....
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I just burned one up on my screened-in patio...
I just burned one up on the patio too... but it wasn't a GFCI.

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