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Re: [APD] Odnos (2)
Yep. or at least the rest of that particular power supply
Some things are *no*t good candidates for GFCI protection
and instead should have their own safety protection such as
ground wires. Refrigerators are a good example.
Life-maintenance equipment presents more examples. YOu
don't want this stuff to shut off in the event of any
nuisance tripping of the GFCI.
--- Vaughn Hopkins <hoppycalif at yahoo_com> wrote:
> Jerry, that means the GFCI is wired to protect all of the
> sockets in
> the house, a pretty good idea for safety.
> Vaughn H.
> On Monday, November 21, 2005, at 10:30 AM, Jerry Baker
> > S. Hieber wrote:
> >> Either steel conduit asking as ground or a very old
> >> job without a ground. Either way, a GFCI will still
> >> faults if they exist.
> > The building was constructed in 1998, so I assumed the
> box itself was
> > grounded.
> >> Most likely the GFCI tripped due to a fault condition,
> >> thereby cutting power to all sockets downstream. The
> >> house-circuit runs through the GFCI sensor circuits,
> >> all the plug-ins are still in parallel.
> > It never tripped on its own - I just meant when I push
> the "Test"
> > button. That would turn off all the sockets in the
> living room.
> > Pressing
> > the "On" button restored the power to all the sockets.
> > --
> > Jerry Baker
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