Thursday, November 28, 2013

Increase the safety of your old two-prong outlets by installing a new ground fault circuit interrupter receptacle. The GFCI will protect against a deadly shock, even if it’s not connected to a ground. We’ll show you everything you need to install the GFCI yourself.

Increase the safety of your old two-prong outlets by installing a new ground fault circuit interrupter receptacle. The GFCI will protect against a deadly shock, even if it’s not connected to a ground. We’ll show you everything you need to install the GFCI yourself.
Increase the safety of your old two-prong outlets by installing a new ground fault circuit interrupter receptacle. The GFCI will protect against a deadly shock, even if it’s not connected to a ground. We’ll show you everything you need to install the GFCI yourself.

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First birthday poster - custom favorite things. $28.00, Moulage Collection via Etsy. @Ariel Owens....reminds me of your chalk board for Baby C!
First birthday poster - custom favorite things. $28.00, Moulage Collection via Etsy. @Ariel Owens....reminds me of your chalk board for Baby C!

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Note to self...if you ever build or remodel - use recessed outlets so that the plugs dont stick out from the wall. This allows furniture to be flat against the wall.
Note to self...if you ever build or remodel - use recessed outlets so that the plugs dont stick out from the wall. This allows furniture to be flat against the wall.

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