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How do you replace a gfci plug?

The power is turned off. The second step is to remove the existing inlet. The third step is to prepare for WIRES. Identifying the lines wires is the fourth step. You have to connect the wires. Step 6 is to put the GFCI in the wall box. The next step is to cover the wall.

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