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Thread: Non GFI in unfinished basement

  1. #11
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    Quote Originally Posted by jumper View Post
    Nope. Exceptions were removed in 2008.

    Would have to be 240V or 30A to not be GFCI.

    Under 2005 that receptacle prolly not would qualify for exception anyways.
    I don't have a 2017 version but I thought I read the "120V, 15 and 20 amp only rule" was eliminated and its pretty much everything? Mind posting the reference (210.8 I think?)

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    Quote Originally Posted by MattS87 View Post
    I don't have a 2017 version but I thought I read the "120V, 15 and 20 amp only rule" was eliminated and its pretty much everything? Mind posting the reference (210.8 I think?)
    Actually very little has changed for GFCI requirements in dwellings. But there was changes that include much more then just 15/20 amp 120 volt receptacles in non dwellings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwired View Post
    Actually very little has changed for GFCI requirements in dwellings. But there was changes that include much more then just 15/20 amp 120 volt receptacles in non dwellings.
    good to know, thanks. I don't do resi so I'll admit I don't keep up with particulars on it

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