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Leviton SmartlockPro 15 Amp Slim Tamper Resistant GFCI Duplex Outlet - White
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SmartlockPro 15 Amp Slim Tamper Resistant GFCI Duplex Outlet - White

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GFCIs help protect against electrical shocks due to ground faults. They are required by the National Electrical Code (NEC) in all wet or damp locations such as kitchens, bathrooms, laundry rooms, basements, garages and workshops. IMPORTANT REMINDER: GFCIs can become damaged over time, they must be tested monthly to ensure they are providing protection.

  • Tamper resistant helps prevent children from inserting most small objects into outlets
  • Cannot be reset if mis-wired (line/load reversal only) or if GFCI protection is compromised
  • Backwire feature for easy installation
  • Installs in place of standard outlet
  • CSA listed
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What determine if you will need the 15 amp or 20 amp in the GFCI Duplet Outlet?

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Having a problem with the reset working.
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May 14, 2015
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Hi Karen,
This has to do with what amperage circuit breaker you have in your electrical panel that covers the electricity in the area of your house that you want to install a GFCI.
Go look in your electrical panel and find out what amperage circuit breaker you have that covers you bathroom, kitchen or laundry room, then purchase the same amperage GFCI and install.
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