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Thursday, June 7th 2007, 5:18am

by 22sprinklerman

Thanks ,I think I will use the one already there. Thanks for the info usually i get a dumbass answer back like- GO read a light manual . Thank YOU

Thursday, June 7th 2007, 3:52am

by JohnnyG101

In the homes I have owned in the past I have always used a standard GFI outlet found outside. Never had any issues.

Friday, May 11th 2007, 4:28pm

by 22sprinklerman

low voltage lighting

I am a sprinkler guy trying to start some landscape lighting. My question is- I have a 900w transformer and an outlet to plug it into but in the past i have seen houses where the outlet(gfi) is for the transformer only and has its own breaker i was wondering if this is really neccesary or can i get away with the exsisting outlet outside the home