toypusher wrote:All of the outlets should have all three wirs connected.
toypusher wrote:The two non-GFCI outlets being down the line from the second GFCI will trip the second GFCI only if there is a problem and not effect the first GFCI.
GFCI outlets will only be effected by what's plugge into them and anything that in down the line from them.
toypusher wrote:ALWAYS, ALWAYS ground 110VAC!!! You might want to make sure that you have a circuit breaker before all of it to protect everything.
asianflava wrote: Where do I connect the ground? The load side of the GFCI outlet only has 2 terminals for the hot and neutral..
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