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Posted in thread: Power outage, tripped GFI? on 12-24-2008 at 05:53 AM
A GFCI checks Voltage/Current difference between the hot leg and the neutral. If there is a
minute difference between the two (usu. in the mV range) it will cause it to trip. This is not
common, but d...
Posted in thread: Another GFI question on 12-24-2008 at 05:46 AM
Keep in mind that most GFCI receptacles require voltage to be present to be able to reset them.
If you have no incoming voltage, the GFCI will not reset. You may want to verify the incoming
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