Published at Saturday, February 03rd, 2018 - 01:11:03 AM. Bathroom Electrical. By Suzanne Fred.
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In a bathroom, there is usually a light or lights, an exhaust fan, and at least one receptacle. Although some bathrooms seem relatively small, that doesn't mean that everything can be put on one circuit. In fact, there must be a different circuit for the receptacle(s) than the one for the lights and fan. This means a minimum of two circuits.
The minimum required receptacle is a GFCI-protected receptacle on a 20-amp circuit. If you're anything like me, I have receptacles on both sides and two in each location. As your family grows, you'll decide, like me, that you never seem to have enough outlets for all the razors, hair dryers, chargers, curling irons, radios, and even weather radios.
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