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Thread: AC lights tripping GFCI when it rains.

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    Default Re: AC lights tripping GFCI when it rains.

    Quote Originally Posted by MartinMueller2003 View Post
    That is one experiment. This experiment makes an assumption that may not be true: "A single set of cords is causing the issue". You might be getting leakage through a combination of cords connected to the GFCI.
    This is true...one year I was having an issue as I was testing it took 12 of my micro trees to come on until it compounded enough to trip the gfic
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    Default Re: AC lights tripping GFCI when it rains.

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