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Old 09-14-2011, 02:45 PM   #1
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When wiring portable RIMS toolboxes, we can't assume that where ever we'll be has a 20A GFCI outlet. Is it acceptable to wire the incomming 120v into a 20A GFCI wall outlet installed in the toolbox to protect everything else wired downline (pump, switches, RIMS, etc)?


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Sure. Use one of these to be certain that your source is properly wired and grounded.

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