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    Can I plug a 110 water heater into a GFI protected outlet, or will it trip everytime it cycles?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spook View Post
    Can I plug a 110 water heater into a GFI protected outlet, or will it trip everytime it cycles?
    You can if you dont exceed the amperage of the outlet and wire. It should have its own circuit. A dedicated outlet/circuit for that water heater only.

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