When in doubt, buy a new one. In the last year I have
had to replace three GFCIs in my house because the
test button no longer did anything. Maybe only the
test button itself was bad and they were actually
still working, but why take a chance?
--- Battmain <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Well, what's really confusing me is that I thought
> about it
> being hooked up backwards too, so I swapped the
> wires around.
> It's behaving as if both wires are line wires. When
> wires are hooked up, (either way) I'm unable to set
> the switch.
> But if I hook up either set of wires to the line
> terminals, the
> GFCI appears to work normally.
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