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Promoted 11-08-2012 by iconian 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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Quote from Syrinx2112 View Post :
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.
well, i dont know if all kitchen outlets connects to one circuit...cause the new building code here is that city requires all kitchen outlets to be gfci type. so if theres 8 outlets in the kitchen, i would have to install 8 gfci plus 1 on the island if you have it
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well, i dont know if all kitchen outlets connects to one circuit...cause the new building code here is that city requires all kitchen outlets to be gfci type. so if theres 8 outlets in the kitchen, i would have to install 8 gfci plus 1 on the island if you have it
I can almost guarantee you that the code says that all kitchen outlets must be protected by GFCI, not each has to be it's own individual GFCI
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Thanks! Just bought 3 packs for an upcoming kitchen reno.
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I can almost guarantee you that the code says that all kitchen outlets must be protected by GFCI, not each has to be it's own individual GFCI
Each circuit. You are asking for trouble if you have 8 outlets on 1 15A ckt in a kitchen. Coffee maker, toaster, microwave, mixer, refrig, etc. all require their own ckt.

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Thanks! Just bought 3 packs for an upcoming kitchen reno.
Better go get more
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I'm not sure, but doesn't the most recently published code ask for tamper resistant GFCIs? If your city requires the newest code, then these won't do...
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Check @ Menards.... you may get 3 pack 9.99 GFCI. when it on sale and regularly 15.99 $ 3 pack.
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GFCIs are generally the only way to replace 2-prongers with 3-prong outlets when you don't have a ground wire. In for a couple.... great deal, as I definitely need these
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Quote from myklup View Post :
I can almost guarantee you that the code says that all kitchen outlets must be protected by GFCI, not each has to be it's own individual GFCI
think city inspector wanted all outlet to be gfci type... heck for $6/ea, i must as well get em all installed rather than having the inspector to come back the 2nd time, lol

think inspector wanted one gfci per sink in bathroom. if you have dual sinks, then we had to install to 2 gfci. and on top of that, we had to get motion sensor switch in bathroom and kitchen
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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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Each circuit. You are asking for trouble if you have 8 outlets on 1 15A ckt in a kitchen. Coffee maker, toaster, microwave, mixer, refrig, etc. all require their own ckt.
I seriously don't want to troll here but you know absolutely nothing and giving bad information is worse than giving no information at all. Are you the secretary at the engineering company?

Go buy a copy of the 2011 NEC before you give any information here. Please.

For reference 15A circuit, 14 gauge wire, 20A circuit, 12 gauge wire and there is a host of code requirements for a kitchen and 99% of the time, the refrigerator and built in microwaves are on their own circuits so no need to worry about overloading under normal circumstances.
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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.
Where do you see 20A is same price? Looks like $31 to me.
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Where do you see 20A is same price? Looks like $31 to me.

http://www.amazon.com/Gfi-Gfci-Ou...FCI+Outlet
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I seriously don't want to troll here but you know absolutely nothing and giving bad information is worse than giving no information at all. Are you the secretary at the engineering company?

Go buy a copy of the 2011 NEC before you give any information here. Please.

For reference 15A circuit, 14 gauge wire, 20A circuit, 12 gauge wire and there is a host of code requirements for a kitchen and 99% of the time, the refrigerator and built in microwaves are on their own circuits so no need to worry about overloading under normal circumstances.
Nope not a secretary but i do have 36 year experience. Bet you can't say that. What did I say you disagree with? Because I said cu? I said 20A, #12 copper. Same thing you said AH. Yes a refrig and microwave are on their own but when do a reno as someone mentioned you need to consider them as their own circuit, and therefore need to buy more receptacles. Also not all inspectors will force peole to update to current code, depends on the AHJ as some places do not have an inspector (my area is one so we depend on fire chief ruling).
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GFCI circuit breakers for the Win!
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Each circuit. You are asking for trouble if you have 8 outlets on 1 15A ckt in a kitchen. Coffee maker, toaster, microwave, mixer, refrig, etc. all require their own ckt.



Better go get more
Go get more??? My math comes to 9. There is way too much conflicting information in this thread. That must be one hell of a mixer to put it on it's own circuite. Christ, my whole kitchen is on one 15amp circuit...not my choice and it will be remodeled soon (1940 house).
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Quote from Syrinx2112 View Post :
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.
I see what you did there! LMAO
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