On today’s inspection when I was testing the kitchen counter top receptacles on the ones that were protected downstream I heard it pop but was struggling finding the reset. So I figure I would find as I went along.
So I am still in kitchen an I wanted to look at the gas connection under the range top and there it was. Kind of a pain to take out utensils and drawers to reset. Then the house cat is in the drawer. I lost the cat after I rang the door bell, it was great. The cat is sniffing in my tool bag, I ring the bell and the cat goes flying across the room, it really freaked out when I tested the door bell.
Getting back to the GFCI.
Is it required to have the labels on the GFCI that are downstream and lack equipment grounds?
Also are there any specifications on reset locations?
If Jeff Pope reads this thanks for the assist on the sub panel breaker.