Inspected a house with a GFCI breaker protecting GFCI receptacle in 2 bathrooms. My first question: any reason to do this? Seems redundant to me. Shouldn’t each bathroom be on it’s own circuit?
Second question: when the GFCI trips it kills all electrical to the room including the lights. Do any of you call this out as a defect? I have seen it in the situation described above and on when there is only a GFCI breaker and only a GFCI receptacle