I was conducting an inspection on a townhome yesterday and I came across an interesting find with the AFCI/GFCI.
The front exterior gfci was controlled downstream at the garage.
Rear gfci tripped but did not reset so I figured it was controlled downstream as well.
Sub panel is in garage and second bedroom is AFCI protected.
The master bedroom is labeled at the panel and there is a GFCI installed.
This GFCI was the one that was controlling the exterior GFCI so it was double protected and the panel was mis labeled.
The master bedroom was not AFCI protected.
So I recommended an electrician to review the panel as it is improperly labeled and due to the age of the residence a AFCI needs to be installed instead of the GFCI.
Do you think the original electrician mistakenly inserted a GFCI instead of an AFCI?