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Understanding Your GFI

I doubt that GFI is something you regularly think about.  But you immediately remember about it once your coffee maker stops working or there is no more power in your kitchen. It is the time when you exclaim: “What’s going on here?!” Time to start Understanding Your GFI. 

This is the time when your device becomes a concern. Naturally, it can always happen today or another day. And fortunately, often the problem can be easily solved by pushing the little button to reset the device.

There can be multiple reasons the problem may occur. Understanding you GFI, you may quickly evaluate whether the device is still doing its job, or if it’s broken.

For example, imagine that you’re in the bathroom, holding a hairdryer in your hand and accidently you’ve dropped it into the sink with water running. (I’d never wish this upon you). Soon after the hair dryer fell into the sink, in less than a second, it will trip the GFI and break the electrical circuit.  Factually it saved your life and it could be even worse if you’d grabbed that hair dryer. Usually these things happen very fast. You need to start Understanding Your GFI.

Understanding Your GFI

 

Understanding Your GFI

You should keep in mind that there are also other functions where the GFI is important, when it comes to your safety. All outside outlets have to be protected by a GFI as these areas are known as wet and bring a risk of shock. That’s why garage outlets also come with GFI.

That’s what I wanted to share with you about GFI. But sometimes even these devices can fail. For no any evident reason they can start trip on a regular basis. I call it a nuisance trip because it becomes a real problem to continually reset the device. Often if just has to be replaced with another one.

Understanding Your GFI

Being a little bit more complicated to use in comparison with regular outlets, GFI may require a professional approach. Do not hesitate to call us today and we’ll take care of your device, so it works just amazing: 704-614-3420.

Entrust your needs to the experts, as we all know that it’s always better to be safe than sorry about something.

Are you Understanding Your GFI better? Need help? Call 1 Home Services 704-614-3420.

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