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Old 12-15-2011, 11:14 PM
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It has been my experience that the GFCI is bad. I would replace it with a new bubble cover and 90% of the time problem solved.

Is the transformer fully loaded? Usually I don't have in rush issues unless it is close to max. I have had issues if the line between the GFCI and the breaker is short, less than 20' or so.

If you have a bad LED, or a short, it would show up in your amp probe reading of the home runs.
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