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Model # 32073

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GE

15 Amp Self Test GFCI Outlet, White

  • 2 grounded-outlets, end-of-life indicator, reset/test buttons
  • GFCI receptacle self-tests for optimum safety at all times
  • Easy to install - replaces existing-outlets in your home
$ 15 18
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Product Overview

  • 2 grounded-outlets, end-of-life indicator, reset/test buttons
  • GFCI receptacle self-tests for optimum safety at all times
  • Easy to install - replaces existing-outlets in your home
Protect your home with a GE 15A GFCI-outlet. The GFCI receptacle detects electrical ground faults and quickly shuts off the power to prevent serious shock. It features internal automatic self-testing to ensure continuous protection, handy reset/test buttons and an end-of-life LED indicator light. The GE 15A GFCI-outlet is easy to install, replacing an existing-outlet in as little as 15 minutes. Wallplate sold separately. Complete installation instructions included
  • 2 grounded 3 prong-outlets is a 15 Amp, 120V AC max-outlet with 20A protection, an end-of-life LED indicator and reset/test buttons
  • GFCI receptacle self-tests for optimum safety at all times and helps prevent electrical shocks
  • Easy installation: Replace your existing-outlets in your home, office, laundry room, bathroom or garage with the GFCI-outlet in as little as 15 minutes and your wallplate (sold separately) will hide the space-saving screw terminals
  • Electrical-outlet is UL listed and meets new UL943 requirements while complying with National Electric Code
  • Power and protect your TVs, appliances, smartphones, laptops, hair dryers, irons, leaf blowers and outdoor string lights
  • Great for kitchens, laundry/utility rooms, garages and more
  • Replaces existing outlets
  • Protective enclosure required for outdoor use
  • Wallplate not included
  • Complies with National Electric Code
  • 15 Amp/120VAC Max/20 Amp protection
  • cUL listed
  • Click here for more information on Electronic Recycling Programs

Product Overview

  • 2 grounded-outlets, end-of-life indicator, reset/test buttons
  • GFCI receptacle self-tests for optimum safety at all times
  • Easy to install - replaces existing-outlets in your home
Model #: 32073
Internet #: 302519971

Protect your home with a GE 15A GFCI-outlet. The GFCI receptacle detects electrical ground faults and quickly shuts off the power to prevent serious shock. It features internal automatic self-testing to ensure continuous protection, handy reset/test buttons and an end-of-life LED indicator light. The GE 15A GFCI-outlet is easy to install, replacing an existing-outlet in as little as 15 minutes. Wallplate sold separately. Complete installation instructions included

  • 2 grounded 3 prong-outlets is a 15 Amp, 120V AC max-outlet with 20A protection, an end-of-life LED indicator and reset/test buttons
  • GFCI receptacle self-tests for optimum safety at all times and helps prevent electrical shocks
  • Easy installation: Replace your existing-outlets in your home, office, laundry room, bathroom or garage with the GFCI-outlet in as little as 15 minutes and your wallplate (sold separately) will hide the space-saving screw terminals
  • Electrical-outlet is UL listed and meets new UL943 requirements while complying with National Electric Code
  • Power and protect your TVs, appliances, smartphones, laptops, hair dryers, irons, leaf blowers and outdoor string lights
  • Great for kitchens, laundry/utility rooms, garages and more
  • Replaces existing outlets
  • Protective enclosure required for outdoor use
  • Wallplate not included
  • Complies with National Electric Code
  • 15 Amp/120VAC Max/20 Amp protection
  • cUL listed
  • Click here for more information on Electronic Recycling Programs

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Specifications

Dimensions

Outlet Depth (in.)
1.63
Outlet Height (in.)
4
Outlet Width (in.)
1.65

Details

Color Family
White
Color/Finish
White
Electrical Features
No Additional Features
Electrical Product Type
Outlet
Grounding
Self-Grounding
Indoor/Outdoor
Indoor
Maximum Amperage (amps)
15
Mounting Type
In-Wall
NEMA Configuration
NEMA 5
Number of Outlets
2
Number of Poles
1
Outlet Configuration
Single
Outlet Location
Wall
Outlet Material
Plastic
Outlet Type
GFCI
Package Quantity
1
Rating
General Purpose
Returnable
90-Day
Voltage
120 volt
Wired or Wireless
Combo

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
cUL Listed
Manufacturer Warranty
2-Year Limited Warranty

Specifications

Dimensions

Outlet Depth (in.)
1.63
Outlet Height (in.)
4
Outlet Width (in.)
1.65

Details

Color Family
White
Color/Finish
White
Electrical Features
No Additional Features
Electrical Product Type
Outlet
Grounding
Self-Grounding
Indoor/Outdoor
Indoor
Maximum Amperage (amps)
15
Mounting Type
In-Wall
NEMA Configuration
NEMA 5
Number of Outlets
2
Number of Poles
1
Outlet Configuration
Single
Outlet Location
Wall
Outlet Material
Plastic
Outlet Type
GFCI
Package Quantity
1
Rating
General Purpose
Returnable
90-Day
Voltage
120 volt
Wired or Wireless
Combo

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
cUL Listed
Manufacturer Warranty
2-Year Limited Warranty

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Customer Reviews

15 Amp Self Test GFCI Outlet, White is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 22.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from They worked fine ... They worked fine
Date published: 2019-05-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Seems pretty good. It's a layer of safety that can be quickly and easily added to your electrica... Seems pretty good. It's a layer of safety that can be quickly and easily added to your electrical wiring---especially anywhere where accidental contact with water may occur. If added first in a run of outlets it will provide protection of all normal outlets downstream. A regular slotted (flathead) screwdriver is all you need if replacing a normal outlet. It's big like all GFCI generally are. There are slightly smaller ones on the market, but if you are using a big enough box---like you should---then it shouldn't be a problem. I prefer this GFCI's screw type terminals over some other's push in terminals. I've found some push in grounds will not accept 12 AWG wire. The screws eliminate this issue. The instructions are simple and clear. Installation went quick and easy. The box says "in as little as 15-minutes" but it really doesn't take more than five if you've done an outlet before. Just make sure that the power is turned off by having a lamp, radio, etc plugged into the outlet and on when you kill the power from the fuse box of breaker panel. Do not mix up the line and load terminals. All connections should be tight.
Date published: 2018-01-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Seems pretty good. It's a layer of safety that can be quickly and easily added to your electrical... Seems pretty good. It's a layer of safety that can be quickly and easily added to your electrical wiring---especially anywhere where accidental contact with water may occur. If added first in a run of outlets it will provide protection to all normal outlets downstream. That's what I did with this outlet .A regular slotted (flathead) screwdriver is all you need if replacing a normal outlet. It's big like all GFCI generally are. There are slightly smaller ones on the market, but if you are using a big enough box---like you should---then it shouldn't be a problem. I prefer this GFCI's screw type terminals over some other's push in terminals. I've found some push in grounds will not accept 12 AWG wire. The screws eliminate this issue. The instructions are simple and clear. Installation went quick and easy. The box says "in as little as 15-minutes" but it really doesn't take more than five if you've done an outlet before. Just make sure that the power is turned off by having a lamp, radio, etc plugged into the outlet and on when you kill the power from the fuse box of breaker panel. Do not mix up the line and load terminals. All connections should be tight.
Date published: 2018-01-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from It was just what I needed... It was just what I needed
Date published: 2019-02-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I have been replacing a lot of the outlets in my home over the past week or two when I have the t... I have been replacing a lot of the outlets in my home over the past week or two when I have the time. Most of the outlets I'm replacing were originally installed when the house was built in 1994, so I figured it was time to replace them as they've seen a lot of wear, have been painted over several times, etc. At any rate, over the past couple of weeks I have bought Leviton branded GFCI's and they are fine products. But I picked up this GE branded GFCI the other day and installed it. The difference in the Leviton and GE is minimal, but each has pros and cons. Leviton makes a "slim" GFCI that fits into boxes easier. But the Leviton costs more and the test buttons are much harder to push (you need a screwdriver). The Leviton has a green LED that stays on when it is working. The GE has a red LED that only comes on when it is NOT working. Both methods are OK, but I prefer the GE method. Again, I like that the GE model is mush easier to test - the buttons press easily. All in all, I have no issues with this GE GFCI. Like the Leviton, it is fully UL tested and certified. Both of them have a "self-test" that occurs in the background every few minutes. This is not a marketing gimmick but is actually a new requirement that Underwriters Laboratories has mandated all GFCI's have if they are to be listed. So if you don't have self-test, you don't get UL listed anymore. (And if you don't get UL listed, you pretty much go out of business in the electrical industry). The NEC mandates that you must have GFCI's installed in the following locations in your home: 1) Kitchens 2) Bathrooms 3) Garages (and other out buildings) 4) Basements 5) Outdoors 6) Anywhere else that is within 6 feet of a water source (laundry room would be included here). One GFCI at the beginning of the circuit will protect all outlets "downstream" on that same circuit. This is the way to do it if you want to save money. No need putting a GFCI on every outlet (unless you want to for convenience -- it's perfectly fine to do, but not required). Find out which outlet is the most "upstream" in your kitchen and install the GFCI there. As long as an outlet is within 6 feet of your sink, it must be protected. A lot of times bathrooms in a house are all wired on the same circuit, so find the first upstream outlet that feeds the others and install the GFCI there. Same for basements and garages. If you have outlets on the side of your house (or anywhere else outdoors), they must be GFCI protected. However, outdoor GFCI's must be marked with a "WR" which means weather resistant. And since 2014, they also must be covered in an "extra duty" weather proof box ("Extra Duty" being the official term used in the NEC code book). Home Depot carries such boxes, just do a search. These boxes allow you to plug in a cord yet still have the lid closed down water tight at the same time. This feature is called "in use." And finally, if you are on a 20 Amp circuit, a 15 Amp GFCI will work just fine on that circuit (and are code compliant). These GFCI's are rated for 20 Amp "passthrough" meaning they are rated to feed 20 Amps to downstream receptacles (I checked the manual of this GE GFCI and it said it is rated for 20A passthrough). However, if you only have one outlet on a 20A circuit (rare but could happen) then you must use a 20 Amp GFCI in that case. However, the reverse is NOT true. You cannot put a 20A receptacle (of any kind) on a 15A circuit. How can you tell if you have 15 or 20A circuits? Check your breaker box. Each breaker will have the Amp rating printed right on the switch. You'll see a big "15" or "20." And if you're going to DIY this, just be safe. I recommend spending some extra money and buying two things to help: An outlet tester plug (about $8) and a non-contact voltage tester (like the Klein NCVT-1) which are about $15. Trust me, these things come in handy and will help you verify that you have shut off the right breaker. Always put that voltage tester in the box and test each wire before touching anything inside, even if you think you're sure the breaker is off.
Date published: 2018-11-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I used this outlet to replace another that had gone bad. I had never seen a GFCI outlet go bad be... I used this outlet to replace another that had gone bad. I had never seen a GFCI outlet go bad before, but apparently it can happen! This outlet is just as easy to install as any other outlet. Match up the wires and ensure you’re using the correct set of terminals for Line and Load. Just remember “Line in, Load out” and it’s all downhill from there. I had no problems getting this outlet installed in under 15 minutes (as the box says). Most of my time was spent trying to get it lined up perfectly with the junction box and the faceplate (there is facia board over drywall so there is additional space to contend with). As a bonus, the outlet supposedly conducts tests on itself and doesn’t have any annoying LEDs on it to let you know it’s working. If you see a light on there… that means you have a problem.
Date published: 2018-01-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I needed to replace an outlet in one of the bathrooms,II chose the 15 AMP self test, as it is the... I needed to replace an outlet in one of the bathrooms,II chose the 15 AMP self test, as it is the safest to use in a room that its constantly using water. being able to use the self test, with just a push of the button,lets me know instantly all is working. Its well designed, very good grade of materials used, Because I like this outlet, I will be replacing the kitchen and 2nd, bath as well.It was so easy to install.
Date published: 2018-01-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 15 Amp Self Test GFCI Outlet, White. An excellent replacement for kitchen or bath. I recently pur... 15 Amp Self Test GFCI Outlet, White. An excellent replacement for kitchen or bath. I recently purchased a new home, and in the kitchen, one of the outlets is a GFCI with two USB ports for charging electronics. It is in an awkward spot, so I needed a new GFCI outlet to replace it with, so I can move it to the office. When Home Depot offered this item, I ordered it. I received it well packaged, and in good order. The outlet is full GFCI with reset button. Two 3 prong outlets are standard, with a square box face frame that will require a square opening lighting plate. The instructions are clear and easy to understand and wiring was very simple. I highly recommend this unit to replace any GFCI in your kitchen or bath. I rate this item 5*s out of 5. Thank you Home Depot for offering this item.
Date published: 2018-01-19
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