Your GFCI outlet, or ground fault circuit interrupted outlet, is like your electrical safety net that protects you from being shocked. This works by the GFCI unit monitoring the current going into the device, like a hair dryer, and is designed to automatically detect a disruption in the current. If you were to accidentally drop the hair dryer in the sink, the GFCI would pick this up and cut off the power to that outlet almost immediately.
There are five potential reasons for needing to troubleshoot a GFCI receptacle:
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