Flashing Red GFCI

By October 21, 2017 Electrical

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I recently returned to a kitchen remodeling project to figure out why the a counter outlet stopped working. I traced the power back under the crawl space to a junction box with a GFCI outlet that would not reset and had a flashing red LED in it. I turned it into a junction box and left the outlet un-energized as a cover plate of sorts until I can get back up there. We do not have non-working outlets in our projects.

Looking it up I realized that it was a failed GFCI outlet. It was nice to have the flashing light indicator. Are they becoming more temperamental, or is it just me?


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