Wondering if 2017 NEC has changed or added anything on the protection of dryer receptacles. I could not find anything in the listed article ( Article 210 in entirety) on any necessary GFI protection, however it is not something I want to overlook.
The answer is probably no, but let's start at the beginning -
If it's a 125V receptacle, 210.8(A)(10) requires the receptacle to be GFCI protected. The 2020 NEC will expand the GFCI requirements in 210.8 to ALL 125V and 250V receptacles that are installed per the list items (1)-(11).
So the 2020 NEC will require the dryer receptacle to be GFCI protected.
Thank you for the info
Matthew A. Trujillo
Trujillo Electrical Solutions
Thank you for the dialogue, I much appreciate it sir
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