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Replacing A 2-Pole GFCI Breaker On A Hot Panel

2 Pole GFCI BreakerIn this video I replace a standard 2 Pole Breaker with a 2 pole GFCI Ground Fault Circuit Breaker, And wire it into a Live/Hot Panel. I Show you how to work on a Live panel as Safely as possible.

Keep in mind this is very[notice]DANGEROUS[/notice] and should only be done if no other method is available.





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I've been an HVAC/R Mechanic working in the Seattle area for over 15 years, specializing in the commercial service industry.. I’m also a Licensed Electrician & Gas Piping Mechanic and have numerous other trade related certifications. I’ve instructed at local trade schools and now continue teaching through this site.

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