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Ground fault interrupt (GFI)

Unit has operated without any problems for over two years connected to a GFI circuit. Now the unit trips the GFI. No evidence of dirt build-up on the coils. GFI does not appear to be faulty as other appliances (shop-vac) operate OK without tripping the GFI. Unit operates OK when plugged into a circuit without a GFI and does not trip circuit breaker. This is not a satisfactory solution because I want to use the unit in a basement where all the outlets are GFI circuits.

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Ground Fault Interrupter


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Ground Fault Interrupter. Ground fault interrupters are designed to protect from electrical shock by interrupting a household circuit when there is a difference in ...
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