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Leviton SmartLockPro 15 Amp Duplex GFCI Outlet (3-Pack) EXPIRED

tukwok 3,248 November 8, 2012 at 12:24 PM in Home & Home Improvement (2) More Home Depot Deals
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Promoted 11-08-2012 at 01:59 PM View Original Post
Home Depot has Leviton SmartLockPro 15 Amp Duplex GFCI Outlet (3-Pack) for $18.50 + free shipping. Thanks tucwok

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Edited November 8, 2012 at 12:26 PM by tukwok
Bring your home or rental(s) up to code or replace any that became damaged or defective.

Leviton SmartLockPro 15 Amp Duplex GFCI Outlet, White (3-Pack)

$18.00 /EA-Each limit 10 per order
WAS $28.35
Online Special Valid : 11/08/2012 - 11/08/2012
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Help protect your family from electrical shock by installing SmartlockPro GFCIs. The National Electrical Code requires GFCIs in bathrooms, kitchens, basements, garages, workshops, and laundry rooms. GFCIs can be damaged over time; they must be tested monthly to ensure they are providing proper protection.


Specially designed circuits offer superior surge protection
Cannot be reset if miswired (line/load reversal only) or if GFCI protection is compromised
Backwire feature for easy installation
Installs in place of standard outlet
Backwire feature for easy installation
Cannot be reset if miswired with a line/load reversal or if GFCI protection is compromised
CSA and UL listed
MFG Brand Name : Leviton
MFG Model # : M22-07599-03W
MFG Part # : M22-07599-03W
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#3
Damn, that's a long title
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Thanks, OP!
Needed one - now I got three for just a tad more :-)
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#5
Just bought this a few minutes ago.

Make sure your Total is correct. It charged me $37.00 for two. The system is adding fifty cents for each pack you buy.
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#6
Wow why these things so pricey
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Quote from NotDave View Post :
Wow why these things so pricey
GFCI outlets are typically pricey. I assume its due to the circuitry inside the thing.
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got 1. tks OP
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amazon has 10 packs on 20amp for $64...around the same price with no tax... i know its different brand... as long it works, lol

http://www.amazon.com/Gfi-Gfci-Ou...FCI+Outlet

this one a buck cheaper

http://www.amazon.com/Gfi-Gfci-Ou...FCI+Outlet
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#10
I work for an electric engineering co and we never spec 15A receptacles. Always use a 20. Many appliances require more than a 15A ckt. Btw the wire also needs to be #12 cu. The 20 is the same price.
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can i swap out regular socket with one of these? I dont' have one of these near my bathroom sink and i think i should. Though i heard something about if you have a few of them in your kitchen they tend to be all connected so if one trips they all trip. Make me wonder.
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Quote from house kitten View Post :
I work for an electric engineering co and we never spec 15A receptacles. Always use a 20. Many appliances require more than a 15A ckt. Btw the wire also needs to be #12 cu. The 20 is the same price.
Local building code and safety precaution however you should have matching amp circuit breaker. It was discussed in length in this thread.
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Quote from tukwok View Post :
Local building code and safety precaution however you should have matching amp circuit breaker. It was discussed in length in this thread.
Correct, always 20A for us.
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doh! "installs in place of standard outlet"
plain english
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Quote from auxiliary View Post :
can i swap out regular socket with one of these? I dont' have one of these near my bathroom sink and i think i should. Though i heard something about if you have a few of them in your kitchen they tend to be all connected so if one trips they all trip. Make me wonder.
From what I understand you only need/want one GFCI outlet per circuit, and it will protect all the outlets chained downline from it. Having more than one on a single circuit is unnecessarily redundant and asking for trouble.
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