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GE 15A Self-Test GFCI Outlet (Light Almond) EXPIRED

Posted 03-31-2017 by sayahhh at 04:11 PM
Walmart has GE 15A Self-Test GFCI Outlet (Light Almond, 32074) on sale for $7.59. Select free store pickup where stock permits, otherwise shipping is free on orders of $35. Thanks sayahhh

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The GFCI Outlet receptacle detects electrical ground faults and quickly shuts off the power to prevent serious shock.

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Walmart.com has the GE GFCI 15 Amp Outlet for $7.58 (B&M $7.50 at clearance section YMMV). Free shipping on orders $35 or free store pickup.

GE GFCI 15A Outlet UPC 00308783205 Light Almond
https://www.walmart.com/ip/GE-15A...4/52213774

Found some GE Ultra Pro GFCI 20 Amp Outlet(White) item number 003087832077 as well for same price $7.50 @ B&M clearance section YMMV. Online price $14.99.

Other clearance items I found @ my store YMMV:

Weber Grill cover for Spirit 210 $7.50. UPC 007792403284
GE Ultra Pro 20A GFCI Outlet Auto Self Testing $7.50 UPC 003087832077
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Off! Mosquito Coil Repellant (3 coils) $1.00 UPC 004650075204
Carlon switch box B114R $1 UPC 003448110015
Carlon device box B225R $1 UPC 003448110090

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1) yes you can

2) as with anything, follow the instructions. steps will be similar as with a regular outlet, with some extra steps depending on your wiring situation. highly advised that you watch some youtube videos, read the instructions, before you do anything. turn off the breaker that powers the outlet. then get to work Big Grin

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TU but wish they had white instead of light almond. The 20amp one you listed is normal price around my area.
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Good price. Needed some for the garage, basement, and utility room. Don't care that they're almond
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I have two question hope you can help
1) can I use GFCI Outlet to replace a normal one?
2) how do I install GFCI Outlet?

thank you!
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I have two question hope you can help
1) can I use GFCI Outlet to replace a normal one?
2) how do I install GFCI Outlet?

thank you!

1) yes you can

2) as with anything, follow the instructions. steps will be similar as with a regular outlet, with some extra steps depending on your wiring situation. highly advised that you watch some youtube videos, read the instructions, before you do anything. turn off the breaker that powers the outlet. then get to work Big Grin
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I have two question hope you can help
1) can I use GFCI Outlet to replace a normal one?
2) how do I install GFCI Outlet?

thank you!
YouTube is the all mighty teacher
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Good price. Needed some for the garage, basement, and utility room. Don't care that they're almond
Just a heads-up, I think 20A is code in wet/damp/non-conditioned areas, such as garages and basements. You may not pass inspection if you ever sell your home.
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Just a heads-up, I think 20A is code in wet/damp/non-conditioned areas, such as garages and basements. You may not pass inspection if you ever sell your home.
20 amp is right easy to hook up note most outlets are 15 regular outlet 20s if you have 12 ga wire. 15 amp is 14 ga wire its a safty thing
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Just a heads-up, I think 20A is code in wet/damp/non-conditioned areas, such as garages and basements. You may not pass inspection if you ever sell your home.
there is no requirement in my area that every outlet be 20A in a basement. but you need to use common sense on what you are running
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Tip: if you have two outlets (double gang box on one line) then you can piggy back a regular outlet off the GFI and it'll protect both.

Only seeing the 15a there a 20a somewhere? This is about normal for 15a.
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Just a heads-up, I think 20A is code in wet/damp/non-conditioned areas, such as garages and basements. You may not pass inspection if you ever sell your home.
wouldn't 15amp be safer?
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wouldn't 15amp be safer?
breaker will trip at whatever the breaker is rated for.
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Just a heads-up, I think 20A is code in wet/damp/non-conditioned areas, such as garages and basements. You may not pass inspection if you ever sell your home.
No, a 20A GFCI is only required for 20A circuits. 15A is fine for 15A circuits. You can tell whether you have a 15A or 20A circuit by looking at the breaker that controls it.
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