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Does a light over a shower need to be gfci protected?

There is an A. The short answer is yes, according to master electrician Sean Kenney. Although the NEC doesn't require the switch or light fixture to be GFCI-protected, most lighting fixtures designed for use in a shower stall need to be.

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