2 pole GFCI breaker

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I just need some confirmation before I delve into a Kitchen where the customer wants to remove backsplash receptacles and install an angled plug strip that will not accept GFCI device.

There is no place to add a dead front/Faceless or GFCI's anywhere else. So GFCI breaker(s) it is. After looking at the panel I noticed that one of the breakers marked Kitchen was 1/2 of a MWBC. I'm not sure where the other half goes, so my question.

I think I know that a 120v GFCI breaker will not correctly so I was thinking that a 240v GFCI should work, just needed to bounce it off others, I work alone so everyone here is it.

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George Stolz

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I just need some confirmation before I delve into a Kitchen where the customer wants to remove backsplash receptacles and install an angled plug strip that will not accept GFCI device.
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I think I know that a 120v GFCI breaker will not correctly so I was thinking that a 240v GFCI should work, just needed to bounce it off others, I work alone so everyone here is it.
Gotcha. Look to be sure they are TR receptacles.
 
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