A yellow light on a GFCI outlet typically indicates that the outlet is performing a self-test or is in a “line-load reversal” state, meaning the wiring may be incorrectly connected. To address the issue, try resetting the GFCI outlet by pressing the “Reset” button. If the yellow light persists, it’s essential to check the user manual for the specific meaning of a yellow light on your GFCI model and consult a professional electrician if necessary. The Electricians Service Team can assist with GFCI diagnostics and outlet repairs to ensure your safety and the proper functioning of the outlet.
The three most common types of Ground Fault Circuit Interrupters (GFCIs) in use today are: