Hey guys, I think I may have made a mistake, and I'm hoping you guys can correct me, or tell me if what I did was OK.
When I got my home inspected (an older home I bought recently), the inspector said that the outlets within 10 feet from a sink or on the countertop should be GFI.
So that's what I did.
What I didn't realize is that they all work off the same circuit basically. So, any outlets that are daisy-chained AFTER the outlet don't need to be GFI because they are already protected by the GFI outlet anyway.
So my question is, is it a problem that I replaced three outlets with GFCI outlets, even though they're all on the same circuit and daisy-chained from one to the next? Is this against code, or is it simply unnecessary? I'm ok with unnecessary, I just don't want to violate code.