Is it ok to use a GFCI breaker instead of a GFCI receptacle for ungrounded receptacles?Is there a downside to protecting the entire circuit of non-grounded receptacles with a GFCI breaker, including any lights that may be using this circuit? Or is this practice limited to the receptacles only? It seems the simple solution would be a GFCI breaker in the panel. Any "trips" could be easily located in the panel as opposed to moving furniture to look for the GFCI receptacle (in the "chain") that has tripped.June 15 2012 - US00YesReport a ProblemProblemSelect oneOffensive contentIrrelevant contentSpam (pure self-promotion)OtherDetailsYour emailPlease enter a valid email address.Submit CancelContent flaggedWe will review this content. Thanks for helping make the site more useful to everyone. To learn more, read Zillow's Good Neighbor Policy.We're sorry. This service is temporarily unavailable. Please come back later and try again.