GFI Outlet Won't Reset?


A GFI outlet is an interrupter or ground fault that can disconnect or also open power to a receptacle. It can tell the difference between current flow from a neutral and a hot wire. If the difference is big, then the circuit is tripped.
Q&A Related to "GFI Outlet Won't Reset?"
1. Turn the power off to the circuit before wiring the GFCI outlet. If you wire it with the line hot, you may not only get accidentally shocked, but you may also damage the outlet
Answer If it doesn't trip, then the logic sensor is bad and the whole thing needs to be replaced. A residential grade gfi is about five bucks and is relatively easy to replace. Turn
Charles Dalziel, a professor of electrical engineering at the University of California,
San Gwann, Malta
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