Does a ceiling plug that has a permanently installed extension cord reel that has a three outlet end on it need to be GFCI plug?
5 reels on different circuits.
The extension cord heads are pulled down to ground level to use in a wet location for 8 hours minimum. Builder says no because plug is on the roof. My point is that the plug it actually used on the floor not the ceiling and should require a GFCI. Am I wrong? Can a GFCI breaker be simply installed in the original breaker location?
In Chicago if it makes a difference.
Thanks in advance.