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How many watts can a GFCI handle?

The maximum power (wattage) allowed a GFCI circuit can be found by multiplying the GFCI circuit breaker connected to the electrical circuit with its rated voltage. For example, if you use a 15 amp circuit breaker in a 120 volt circuit, your maximum power allowed will be 1800 watts.

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