I powerwashed my house yesterday and now my gfci receptacle keeps
tripping off every time I turn my lights on in our bathroom. Any
thoughts on the problem causing this and how to correct it in a safe
manner? When I hit reset the bathroom light will stay on for a minute
or two at most before the GFCI receptable gets tripped and shuts it
He might want to run out and buy a "multi-pac" of GFCIs and put a separate
GFCI on each outlet rather than having the first of a string do the job.
That way even if he gets moisture problems only one outlet will be affected.
At least limit a GFCI to controlling a single room. It makes
One exception I've seen is an indoor GFCI that controls an outdoor
outlet on the other side of a wall. It makes it easy to control
holiday lights from inside.
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