Question about General Electric 20 Amp, 1 Pole Thick Type THQL Ground Fault Interrupter Ge
You can buy an inexpensive GFCI tester for as little as $10-$12. A better one with several mv settings will cost you a bit more. This way you can test this circuit and even GFCI receptacles. Then you'll know for sure if your breaker is working.
Posted on Nov 15, 2010
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