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GFCI tripping

Posted by Marcus on September 30th, 2002 10:51 AM

Well, I'm remodeling an old 60's bathroom. I need to install a GFCI. The circuit in the bathroom also feeds two other rooms. I only really need to protect the bathroom part of the circuit with the switch but the neutrals are all pigtailed. Everytime I connect the rest of the neutral lines to the GFCI and feed neutrals, the GFCI trips.

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