A ground fault circuit breaker is properly called a ground-fault circuit-interrupter breaker, or simply a GFCI breaker. This installation is commonly used as an alternative to installing GFCI receptacles outlets in specific locations where they are required by the local electrical code. A GFCI breaker installs much like a standard single-pole circuit breaker, but there are some important differences to be aware of. Also, the new GFCI breaker must be the proper type and brand for the service panel. Installing a circuit breaker involves working near equipment carrying deadly levels of electrical current.
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How to Install a Ground Fault Breaker
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Show less A breaker automatically turns off power to whatever is connected to it if the electrical load is too large. A single-pole breaker only has 1 hot wire and is standardly used for regular switches and outlets.
Connecting a ground wire to a circuit breaker is not a difficult job, but you do need to administer care and attention to be entirely safe. Before you can run a wire to a new circuit breaker, you need to have sufficient room in the breaker box. As long as you do, you can turn off the power at the main breaker before beginning the task.