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GFIGround Fault Interrupter
GFIGame Factory Interactive (game publishers; Russia and Ukraine)
GFIGlobal Financial Integrity (Washington, DC)
GFIGlobal Financial Institution (various locations)
GFIGraphics Link File
GFIGeneral Format Identifier
GFIGovernment-Furnished Information
GFIGo For It
GFIGlobal Financial Information
GFIGrowing Families International
GFIGlobal Fairness Initiative
GFIGoodness of Fit Indices
GFIGrupo Financiero Inbursa (Spanish; Mexican financial group)
GFIGovernment Financial Institutions (Philippines)
GFIGroup Fitness Instructor
GFIGross Farm Income
GFIGuidance for Industry
GFIGross Fixed Investment
GFIGlens Falls Interweb, Inc. (South Glens Falls, NY)
GFIGreen Forum Initiative (World Water Forum)
GFIGame Figures, Inc.
GFIGreen Front of Iran
GFIGovernment Final Inspection
GFIGreat Freakin' Idea (polite form)
GFIGas Field Ionization
GFIGovernment Free Issue
GFIGeneralized Fresnel Integral
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We use the ground fault circuit interrupter/receptacle tester to check the wiring configuration of outlets and to test the ground fault interrupter. This unit is about the same size and weight as a golf ball.
The latest safety features include higher rated flame-retardant plastic, tip-over shutoff switches and overheat protection and a ground fault interrupter plug that shuts off the unit as soon as it hits water.
The windows must be on their own dedicated electrical circuit and be protected by a ground fault interrupter (GFI) circuit breaker.
The rooms have hard-wired smoke alarms, ground fault interrupter receptacles, gas central heating, and exterior windows.
Plug the fixtures into a circuit with a ground fault interrupter (GFI), and try to imitate the techniques in our illustrations.
National Electric Code (NEC) requires that a ground fault interrupter
Buy a UL-listed tester (home centers and hardware stores sell them) that has a ground fault interrupter (GFI) test button (Photo 1).