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You likely have a pump where some water is leaking into the pump just enough to trip the ground fault. Could even be a bearing that is wearing out.Check all your wires as well for cracked or split outside insulation or wire coating as just a little split in the wires can do this as well. Probably needs a new pump. Just a thought is there any way moisture can get into your ground fault receptacle. I had to replace mine as over the years my rubber seals cracked open so when it rained hard moisture got inside. any moisture will set it off.
Posted on Apr 17, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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