Making Electrical Connections Safely
C. Connecting wires to GFCIs only.
1. Strip about ½" of insulation off each wire.
2. Push the wire into the back of the GFCI.
3. Tighten the screw.
4. Pull the wire to be sure the connection is secure.
Visual & mechanical checks:
1. No copper is below the device.
THIS IS CORRECT!
THIS IS WRONG!
Note: When wiring GFCIs, attention must be given to which set of holes are used: LINE or LOAD.
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