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Old 08-29-2014, 09:27 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by jamman View Post
As long as you wire it correctly. Hook the new outlet to the LOAD terminals. Test it by tripping the GFCI - the new outlet should be dead.

BUT - if your microwave is under the cooktop it is probably on the same circuit as the end cabinet outlet. Check it by tripping the breaker.

If your microwave is above the fridge I don't know how ETI wires it.
Doug yes my microwave is under the cooktop and tomorrow Iwill have to do some circuit checking to see whats on what circuits. Thanks for help it is greatly appreciated


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Old 08-29-2014, 11:16 PM   #12
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Originally Posted by markvt View Post
Jim on my Escape 19 the outlet by the door in already GFIC protected if I tied into this outlet circuit would it not also make my new outlet protected too?
Yes, it should be protected as it is down wire from it. Also I had to reinforce that area around the outlet, it seemed a little flimsy after I cut the hole. Here is a picture of what I did from my Modifications thread- see post #57
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