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  • GFI Power Cord....

    On a job today my GFI kept tripping as soon as it was plugged in. I ended up having to steal one off my other machine to do the job. I brought it in the house to check it out and now it seems to work fine.

    Thoughts....

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    Re: GFI Power Cord....

    Did it get wet? It might be more sensitive than the other one and was tripping for a fault it was sensing on the job site.
    Ron Hasil Lic #058-160417
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      Re: GFI Power Cord....

      could some part of it have gotten wet and then dried off by the time you got home,
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      • #4
        Re: GFI Power Cord....

        Originally posted by SewerRatz View Post
        Did it get wet? It might be more sensitive than the other one and was tripping for a fault it was sensing on the job site.

        That could have been the issue as I had to wheel the machine through a snow covered yard to enter the basement. I didn't see much of anything but maybe that was it.


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