Why is my GFCI outlet beeping?
If you hear a beeping noise from your GFCI, it has likely tripped. Your GFCI can trip if the insulation is damaged or worn out. For instance, if the insulation is worn, it can cause leaks. It's also possible that too much equipment is plugged into the outlet.
Check Your GFCI
You can check a GFCI outlet by plugging in a device, like a lamp, and pressing the “TEST” and “RESET” buttons. When you press the “TEST” button on your GFCI, it should trip the outlet and break the circuit. You should expect to see the “RESET” button pop out and the power cut to the device.
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