Question about LG LWHD1800R Wall/Window Air Conditioner
Just purchased a lg lwhd1800r window air conditioner with a 15 amp gfi plug on it that trips as soon as plugged in. The wire to the 20 amp breaker is sound and the ground is connected. The breaker box is grounded to the power companies line, but there is no ground pole to earth. Can that be tripping this new unit. The old one worked fine on this outlet.
Probable cause is a single pole gfi opposed to a double pole gfi.
* Do not use a single pole GFCI ON A MULTI WIRE CIRCUIT, IT WILL NUISANCE TRIP IMMEDIATELY
Use a two pole GFCI circuit breaker on such circuits.
Posted on May 20, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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