The wiring looks amiss on this GFCI breaker. It is not labeled so I don’t know what it is intended to protect and none of the outlets in the home tripped it.




Could just be abandoned like from an old swimming pool or something no longer in use.

So the black wire being the way it is says that the breaker is not servicing anything and its a way of showing the breaker to be abandoned…

The black wire is that way from the factory. The old ITE GFCI breakers (usually with a round test button) had an external black conductor.

The older Cutler-Hammer CH also used the black jumper.

Did you try the test button? or just use the tester

Test button worked.

Thank you guys.