Originally Posted By: bob haller
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Had my home inspected and was told a GFCI is required on the sump pump used for a interior french drain. I THOUGHT the middle inspection agency fellow said it wasnt when reinspecting the breaker cabinet. I dont mind installing a GFCI, but did wonder about who is right?
I had the breaker cabinet reinspected after the home inspector wrote it up for faded signature and date on the sticker:(
Just curious for all you inspectors is that a common issue?
Also wonder one basement duplex receptable is not GFCI, this one is typically used for a freezer, but there isnt one there currently. the homeis vacant I tossed the old freezer oy was ancient.
Should this outlet be GFCI too?
the home is 50 years old and I am tryingn to do the right thing!