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Old 12-15-2011, 04:06 PM
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Does the circuit breaker in the house electrical panel also trip , if not then it is more than likely related to the GFCI.

It could be moisture or loose connections on the GFCI or within the transformer , also if the GFCI doesn't have whats called an In use device cover I would put one of those on , you can get one at home depot for around $ 9 just ask for an in use bubble cover for a GFCI.
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