Electricity is a mystery to the average homeowner.  We know it's there, but take it for granted until we flip a switch and the light doesn't go on!

We sometimes also forget that electricity and water aren't meant to meet!  That's why building code helps to protect us from ourselves by requiring GFI outlets in places where both water and outlets are found.

Any electrical outlet within 6-feet of water should be GFCI protected.  But how do they work and how do you know if you have them where they are requred? Also, how do you test to make sure yours are working properly?

Are you awar that an outlet in one bathroom may be reset in another bathroom when tripped?

This video explains GFI circuits and outlets, and tells you how to reset the outlet when you have no power.