According to the 2011 NEC, a requirement for providing GFCI protection for 15A and 20A, single-phase, 125V receptacles was added to which of the following locations?
- Indoor wet locations
- Locker rooms with associated showering facilities
- Service bays, garages, and similar areas where the items listed in 511.12 may be used
- All the above
Indoor wet locations, locker rooms with associated showering facilities, and service bays, garages, and similar areas where electrical diagnostic equipment, electrical hand tools, or portable lighting equipment is used now require the use of GFCI protection for personnel.
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