|reply to John Galt |
Re: Why only 1 ground terminal and 2 hot/neutral on receptacles?
said by John Galt:I don't deny the advantage of pigtailing. I'll give it a shot, see if I can tolerate the extra carpal tunnel.
The 'proper way' is to pigtail all conductors prior to connection to the device.
In my jurisdiction that is mandatory, even though the Code requires it only on MWBCs.
Out of curiosity, what does your jurisdiction say about connecting receptacles downstream of a GFCI? Can't pigtail the load side of a GFCI right?