My understanding (if I have it right) is that UL now requires GFCI protection installed within the dishwasher itself.Where are you finding that requirement? I thought that the NEC added the GFCI requirement for dishwasher circuits due to end of life issues with them where they became hazardous.
Yup, across several of their brands.I think it was Whirlpool? Years ago had issues with the heating element penetration leaking water that dripped on some connections causing fires. The recall fix was to ty wrap the wires up so it wouldn’t drip on the connections! :lol:
Something they should have done long ago instead of NEC requiring GFCI protection.Why does UL require that dishwashers have internal GFCI protection?