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5CB857CA-BE56-4F83-B9C1-281180026DAD.jpegI have to replace the GFC I on the right w red button (keeps tripping) which is now discontinued by Eaton. I bought the one on the left used but tested good which is the same CH type as the other one but it’s a little longer but still fits in the box. Any issue using it? Both 120v 20a.
 

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