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I am not sure of your question, but your airbath should be plugged into a GFCI receptacle. Unplug it and see if you can reset the receptacle with the little reset switch on it. If you can reset it, then plug the airbath back in. If it trips the receptacle again you have an electrical problem with the airbath, It is possible that instead of a GFCI receptacle, you have a GFCI breaker in the electric panel. Same thing, reset it in the panel.
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