OV1kenobi Posted July 11, 2018 Share Posted July 11, 2018 (edited) A thread on another forum got me thinking about this. I installed GFCI breakers on every circuit in my main service panel for all outlets near a water outlet or outdoor weather exposure. Kitchen, bathrooms, outdoor electrical outlets. To me, better than replacing each individual electrical outlet one at a time. Here is what I also did: I bought some graph paper and drew a complete floor plan of my home to scale. Using the appropriate symbols, I mapped out my complete electrical system with the appropriate circuit breaker number in parentheses. I then made a copy and taped it to the door of the main service panel. In the future, I know where everything is, and it will be useful (I hope) to an electrician for any future repairs or rewiring. Just thought I would pass this idea along. I hope someone finds this information/suggestion useful. It sure helped me. Edited July 11, 2018 by OV1kenobi 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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