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    • Standard building regulations mean that’s a special outlet designed for kitchens and bathrooms. It’s perfectly safe
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    • As an electrician, can confirm, totally safe. It’s a GFCI dedicated kitchen special outlet, designed specifically to be by the sink. No problems here, move along
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    • It’s okay because it is GFI protected as are all kitchens and bathrooms under current building code.
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    • Any sink with a garbage disposal has an outlet close to water, and inside your walls electrical wires and plumbing pipes are extremely close, this is perfectly safe
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    • Doesn't have propper GFCI protected that is required by OSHA
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    • It’s a GFCI (Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter) anyway. They’re supposed to be used for any outlets within 6 ft of a water source. It’s within the N.E.C. book.
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    • Gfci ftw
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    • That is not a GFCI. This is definitely against the NEC.
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    • It's a GFCI, so it checks out and is well within code. Carry on with your video
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    • Its GFCI dumbass. It has it's own internal circuit breaker essentially that trips the moment it doesn't detect the correct amount of amperage returning that was sent out.
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    • It’s called a GFCI, they’re allowed to be near appliances that use water because when they sense a fault circuit (ie your toaster in the bath tub) they trip and send the power to ground, or as you call them, ‘the ones with the buttons’ please give me tc 2000 days ples
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    • That dude always be fucking his step moms and sisters
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    • It’s a gfci plug. And it isn’t exposed. It’s in an outlet box. It’s totally safe. This dude certainly hasn’t had his post nut clarity. Or he’s just an idiot
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    • It's probably a GFCI outlet retard
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    • That's a GFCI outlet, I think if they are within 3 feet of a sink or water related stuff they have to be GFCI but not entirely sure
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    • It’s a gfci that’s what they’re for. Wet locations... giggity.
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    • It’s. GFCI it’s fine
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    • G F C I
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    • That post nut clarity really does something to you huh
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    • Its a gfci...
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    • Hang on....there’s an off chance it’s a GFCI.
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    • It's a GFCI. It's all good. It detects a change in resistance when live current meets conductive surfaces like water or skin and trips an internal breaker in the outlet
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    • That’s a gfci my dude.
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    • NEC article 210 requires 2 general purpose branch circuits to be installed to serve counter top receptacles in dwelling units. These receptacles are required to be protected with ground fault circuit interrupters. In laymans terms no shocky shocky while she gets the cocky.
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    • When you're horny af, but you are an OSHA inspector
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    • Clearly this guy has never heard of GFCIs
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    • It’s a GFCI so it’s lit
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    • Cory chase, one of my favs
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    • According to the NEC as long as that outlet is GFCI protected it is perfectly safe and within code. Article 210.8(A)(6)
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    • As an electrician, I disapprove this meme.
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    • The installation was done during another porno scene, where the electrician is paid in pootang.
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    • It's a GFI. We are good to put that there
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    • thank goodness those circles are there, I would of never knew that that the time would be 1:13 on the video
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    • Relax, It’s a gfi socket. It basically has its own breaker style failsafe if water enters it.
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    • That’s the point of a gfci outlet. That’s why all of your bathroom and kitchen outlets look different than other outlets. If exposed to water it won’t short circuit everything else.
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    • Nah dog it’s a GFCI it’s got a breaker in it so it’s safe
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    • It’s called gfci bitch
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    • Who the fuck runs steel conduit exposed in there house!? That's not a real house! That's a porno!!
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    • That’s a GFI outlet dumbass
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    • When post nut clarity hits
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    • Wow straight porn has some pudgy nasty guys. Too bad the only pornstars that make real money are the gay ones. 😂
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    • Electrician here - that’s actually perfectly up to code 😂
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    • That's a gfi, it trips and shuts off power, it's the only receptacle approved to be isntalled within 6ft of a water source
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    • Probably a gfi
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    • Gfci's dipshit
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    • Its installed upside down too, the third pin is supposed to be on top so if the plug isn't all the way in and something falls on the pins it doesn't short out
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    • Cory chase does play a good step mom
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    • My apartment has one even closer to the sink and it is not a GFCI.
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    • Can you just jerk off to the step mom fucking her step son already? Jeez you picky ass hat.
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    • Actually as long as the outlet is a GCFI outlet it should be just fine.
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    • I’ve seen this video lol
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    • (Insert pornhub comment here)
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    • Electricians watching porn
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    • How do so many people know what gfci is
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    • When you watch way to much porn and notice shit only the director should notice
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    • Seriously like what if she squirts into the outlet and the electrical current just give them a little shock
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    • It’s sad when you know what video this is and who the pornstars are
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    • It’s a GFCI so shit’ll trip if water gets near it. Look at your kitchens or bathrooms
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    • Looks like it has a built in GFCI. So who gives a fuck?
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    • Man people on PornHub really don’t care about the sex huh
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    • That’s gfci protected, and probably weather proof so it will trip the outlet before you get zapped
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    • Oh wait it's a GFI. As u wer
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    • Ooh Corey Chase
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    • Love when people point out shit like thay
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    • Needs to be a GFCI receptacle or properly grounded receptacle on a GFCI breaker. The box should be weatherproof (bell box) and covered by a moisture resistant cover. The conduit should have a weathertight connector. Per NEC. I'm an electrician
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    • I found the sauce boys
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    • That's a GFCI outlet they're fine
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    • Outlets are required within 3 feet of any sink for any new construction. Any outlets within 6' of a source of water must be GFCI protected (the outlet with the little fucking buttons on it to reset it)
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    • Is it bad that I've seen that one
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    • It's a GFCI, and is required by the National Electrical Code to be about there. It's perfectly safe
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    • Dude wait till you get to the scene in the bathroom
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    • Anyone notice that Cory chase is absolutely ripped
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    • Cory Chase... I hate that I know that
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    • But it’s at 1:13 and I can still see it.
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    • Damn hope she didnt squirt
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    • Cory mf chase
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    • Thank god the circles are there or else my eyes just wouldn’t have seen anything
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    • It’s GFCI protected. And code requires an outlet within 6ft of a sink. But i thought I was the only one that noticed electrical everywhere. 👌🏼🤙🏼
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    • Why tf does the ifunny community know so much about outlets
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    • It's a GFCI you dumbass, it's designed for sinks and wet areas.
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