I have a couple of questions for you regarding wiring. I am being told that an AFCI circuit and a GFCI circuit cannot share a neutral conductor, even though they are on separate phase legs of the panel box. Is this correct?
My next question is also regarding the wiring of receptacles. I suspect this one is merely good practice, but not a code requirement. When wiring a series of receptacles on the same circuit in a daisy-chain fashion, can the neutral and phase conductors both be wired to the device in both in and out configurations, or does the neutral need to be pigtailed to the receptacle such that the next receptacle in line will have is neutral in tact if an upstream receptacle is removed? Obviously, if they are configured to attach to both the in and out sides of the receptacle, when both are removed upstream, all those downstream are disabled.