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True or False: It is harder to install a combination AFCI than a branch AFCI.

False
36%
No significant difference
50%
Unsure
13%
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Question: True or False: It is harder to install a combination AFCI than a branch AFCI.
Top Answer (50% of 22 votes): No significant difference.

Answer: Unsure
Explanation: Not sure
Construct Boss
Answer: False
Explanation: Most electricians wire outlets up with wires stabbed into the back of the device (back stabbed) its a problem waiting to happen. Correct custom way is pigged tailed then you have a true series circuit. None of it is hard if you know what you are doing.
D B Electric
Answer: No significant difference
Explanation: work is work.
P A ELECTRICAL INC.
ProMatcher
Answer: Unsure
Explanation: it depends on how your house is wired,AFCI protection requires that the neutral conductor is not shared if shared outlets would be easyier
GREEN ELECTRIC
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