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  1. #11
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    Jun 2007
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    Default Re: Breakers, Outlets, Switches

    The 20 amp breakers are the proper size when working with 12/2 Romex. So all is fine with that.
    True, you can start planning about GFCIs where required.
    Kitchen counter top surfaces
    Wet bar locations
    Laundry rooms, within 6' of utility sink
    Bath vanity outlets
    Garages
    Outside outlets
    Just to name a few of the locations, as I am sure I missed some.
    Others will ad to the list, which is fine.
    This is one area even a big box employee might be of help.
    Good luck with the projects.

  2. #12
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    Orlando, Florida
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    Smile Re: Breakers, Outlets, Switches

    Thanks guys for all the help, you saved me from going bonkers. Have already put GFCI's in bath & kitchen next is the laundry room. Thanks again to all.
    Rick
    Last edited by motrmax; 02-21-2010 at 02:48 AM.

  3. #13
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    Coventry, RI
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    Default Re: Breakers, Outlets, Switches

    You forgot Basements Ernie at least in this area they are required.

  4. #14
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    Default Re: Breakers, Outlets, Switches

    Quote Originally Posted by sabo4545 View Post
    You forgot Basements Ernie at least in this area they are required.
    Indeed, I did. I always place one in a deep handy box below or near the load center. And any damp location in the cellar, as well.

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