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Old 09-27-2022, 11:36 AM   #1
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GFCI outlet River Ranch 390RL

Hello, 2021 River Ranch 390RL. There are 2 GFCI circuits. One for the bathroom and one for the kitchen/outdoors. 2 pole Circuit breaker in the power box. There are multiple receptacles on each circuit. However, they are daisy-chained to a single GFCI receptacle per circuit. So if GFCI trips it takes out multiple outlets. I know where the GFCI receptacle in the bathroom is. It's fine. However, ALL Kitchen/outdoor GFCI-protected outlets are out. The non-GFCI-protected ones work fine.

So million dollar question is where is the kitchen GFCI receptacle? I've removed drawers, crawled in island, looked in basement. no joy.

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Behind the microwave or refrigerator?

Start at a dead receptacle, trace the Romex path as it generally leads toward the electrical bay. You’ll find it.

And, you can buy a wire tracer at either of the big box hardware stores,

But I would also think for a 2021, the manufacturer will have some kind of wiring diagram that tells you what the chain of receptacles looks like.
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