It's True what the electrician said, you may have many receptacles hooked to the one GFCI receptacle and everything down stream is protected, but the convience of being able to reset the groundfault receptacle where it tripped is priceless! Example: If your groundfault was a breaker on a panelboard, you would have to go to the basement, open the door to the panelboard and reset the breaker. I'm retired and sold GFCI's, I believe I speak with some authority. A GFCI receptacle is not very expensive.
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