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  • 1Ground Fault Circuit Interrupters (GFCIs), Arc Fault Circuit Interrupters Check GFCIs
    • Kitchen
    • Bathrooms
    • Garage
    • Laundry Room
    • Outdoors
  • 2Panels/Electric Meter Panels
    • Check wiring connections are secure
    • Check busbar for signs of arching/oxidation
    • Confirm panel is not overloaded
    • Check for surge protection
    • Check outdoor meter panel
  • 3Circuit Breakers/Fuses
    • Make sure circuit breakers are the correct current rating for their circuit
    • Confirm no circuits are doubled on breaker
    • Confirm breakers are UL listed for panel
    • Confirm no burn marks/melting on breaker
  • 4Fire/Smoke/CO Detectors (Appropriate Locations/Quantities)
    • Check operation for interconnected or battery detectors
    • Check expiration dates
  • 5Grounding/Bonding
    • Check for proper grounding/bonding
    • Confirm cold water grounding
    • Confirm water heater jumper
    • Confirm CSST bonding (if applicable)
  • 6Outlets
    • Check for ungrounded outlets
    • Check for tamper resistant outlets
    • Avoid overloading outlets with too many plugs/appliances
  • 7Missing Cover Plates
    • Check for any missing or broken wall plates and open splice boxes
  • 8Extension Cords
    • Check to see that extension cords are not overloaded and only used on a temporary basis, not as permanent wiring
    • Make sure cords are in good condition: not frayed or cracked
    • Make sure cords are not under carpets or rugs or any furniture rests on them
  • 9Space Heaters
    • Do not use space heaters with extension cords; plug directly into an outlet on a relatively unburdened circuit
  • 10Outdoor Fixtures/Outlets
    • Check outdoor fixtures and outlets are not compromised from weather conditions
    • Check that outlets are GFCI protected

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