20 Most Recent Leviton R01-7299-0NI Switch And GFCI Outlet Questions & Answers


Any off-the-shelf GFCI sold today with work on 12-2 wire:
By code, 12-2 wire should be connected to 20 amp circuit breaker, but typically most switches and outlets wired to that circuit are rated 15 amp. Amp rating is printed on electrical devices.
Leviton 15 amp 7599-W:
http://www.amazon.com/Leviton-7599-W-Receptacle-Feed-Through-SmartlockPro/dp/B000VYO9MU/ref=pd_cp_hi_3
Leviton 20 amp 7899-W
http://www.amazon.com/Leviton-7899-W-SmartlockPro-Indicator-Wallplate/dp/B000N663PM/ref=pd_cp_hi_0
Wiring:
http://waterheatertimer.org/How-to-wire-GFCI.html

Leviton... | Answered on Jun 17, 2011


There should be 2 screws at the top that say LINE. This is where you connect the power wires. The 2 screws at the bottom should say LOAD. That is where you connect the second outlet.

Leviton... | Answered on Jan 03, 2010


I does'nt look at the ground at all. The GFI will monitor the current flow in both hot legs. If the current flow differs between both by 5 milliamps or more, the difference is assumed to be leaking to ground, and the CB will trip. I'm not a licensed electrician however, so you should double check my answer.

Leviton... | Answered on Jun 04, 2009


power coming in from the breaker box: black wire will go to line-hot screw, and the white wire will go to the line-white screw. the switch wires coming out of the back of the gfci- 1 will go to the load-hot screw & the other black wire will wire nut to the black wire going to the light. the white wire going to the light must go to the load-white screw.

Leviton... | Answered on Apr 13, 2009


https://www.leviton.com/sites/REST/controller/LCDownloadController/download/DI-000-VPT24-02F-W.pdf?docurl=/en/docs/DI-000-VPT24-02F-W.pdf

Yes, but appears to be non-serviceable... and its probably just a 3.2vdc lithium coin battery inside the case yet they decided to make it so you have to buy a replacement every 10+yrs. Crack it open and see (dill off any rivet heads).

Leviton... | Answered on Feb 18, 2019


what do you know as "regular " bulbs
are they low energy or incandescent

Leviton... | Answered on Oct 11, 2018


Replace it. They fail and and that is not uncommon. good luck

Leviton... | Answered on May 20, 2018


red never connects to black as that is power to neutral if wired correctly
get in a qualified electrician to check the wiring and help you install the unit

Leviton... | Answered on May 01, 2018


yes, take the white wires off the switches and splice them all together with a wire nut. Run a hot wire to each of the switches and then run the switch leg (black) from each of the fixtures to be controlled to each of the dimmers.

Leviton... | Answered on Dec 18, 2017


If the two load screws are connected with a tab that is the power in side. The color wires are the load.

Leviton... | Answered on Nov 03, 2017


Seems to be a common problem, you're not alone ( read amazon 1 star reviews). They are $22.00 so you will to dispose of it, if
Leviton will not warranty it.

Leviton... | Answered on Oct 27, 2017


the 5641 is a dual switch for three way and single pole. If you want the switches to operate the CF. Connect the power to one of the two screws on the right side as you face the switch. then connect one wire to the screw on the bottom left side. connect the other screw to one of the two screws on the top left. This assumes the Red and Black you mentioned are the switch legs going to the CF.

Leviton... | Answered on May 01, 2017

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