Working on my electrical for some outdoor lighting. I am pulling wire from
my breaker to a box inside the garage and from there it heads through the
wall directly into the wall. My question is around GFCI. I was planning
on putting in a GFCI Receptacle upstream of all the lights. One of the
guys at the local Borg said he probably wouldn't bother. Another said it
was a good idea. I'm just wondering if there's a recommendation for this.
I know outdoor receptacles need GFCI (which this isn't) but what about
Thanks CL. I suppose that makes sense as there's no "equipment" per se on
this circuit, only lights. I'm more worried about
water getting in as it is an outdoor location but the average breaker should
catch that I would think.
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