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Old 11-29-06, 08:42 AM
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Cool gfci

I have a kitchen appliance that works fine when you turn it on. When you turn it off it trips the gfci. Can someone tell me what's happening here.

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Old 11-29-06, 09:33 AM
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The GFCI is (correctly or incorrectly) sensing a current imbalance.

Try the appliance in another GFCI and see if the problem persists.

Try replacing the GFCI with a new one.

If the problem persists then consider replacing the appliance. If the problem is resolved with a new GFCI then consider the problem solved.
 
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