I'm almost at the end of my single tier stand build which will hold a direct fired propane RIMS setup, with just a few items remaining.
I know there are many EE's and electricians (and experience) on here, so here's hoping:
I am having troubling with the wiring design of this setup:
120V Line-->pilot light switch-->GFCI outlet-->Load.
If this is contained in a plastic 2-gang weatherproof box attached to my brewstand, am I going to have an issue with the grounding of this system? If I put the GFCI protection elsewhere, can I just pigtail the grounds back to the GFCI protected outlet?
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