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  1. #11
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    Quote Originally Posted by stevenje View Post
    I inspected an Eaton AC disconnect with a GFCI receptacle and it required a separate 120V circuit for the GFCI receptacle.
    That has everything to do with the Mfg. recommendation.
    "Appliances and wiring will burn out to protect fuses"

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwired View Post
    Did it require a separate circuit or just individual conductors to land on the line side of the disconnect? Which is the general rule anyway unless the terminals are identified for multiple conductors.

    If the supply is protected by a 15 or 20 amp OCPD, NEC allows the receptacle to be on the AC circuit
    It required a separate circuit for the GFCI receptacle. This was the first time that I had seen one of these disconnect/GFCI combo units.

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