TOTALE 214454 (since 1997.8/18)
TODAY 31/YESTERDAY 108
韓国語教室 簡単資料請求!⇒ 情報配信希望 

Air Max 1 Black White Grey

Annoying GFCI trip

Originally posted by Kyle J.:Originally posted by Steve Might:The bathroom has its own GFCI next to the sink and works fine. It is on a separate circuit from this issue. On this circuit I have in the bathroom an overhead light inside the shower, the bathroom fan, and inside the living room a regular outlet and the GFCI in question. I don't know why the GFCI was put in the living room in the first place, but yes since it is tripping I am concerned.

Air Max 1 Black White Grey

Sounds like the fan and light fixture were added onto the living room circuit perhaps it was easier than tying into the existing outlet in the bathroom which is a GFCI already.

In my new rental property there is a GFCI outlet in the living room. This is on the same circuit as the bathroom fan and the light in the shower stall. This living room wall is on the other side of the bathroom. When I first got the property every time I turned on the fan it tripped the GFCI and thus shut down the fan and the living room outlets. The fan did not vent to the outside so I just got a new fan and vented it out the wall as it should be.

Originally posted by Dave Meyer: Is the light fixture above your shower rated for a wet location? If not, perhaps steam/moisture from the shower is causing a short

My recollection is that any outlet that is within reach Air Max 1 Ultra Essential Triple White

It seemed to all work fine, but occasionally there is a problem. Sometimes when I turn the fan on it is all good, but the GFCI trips when I turn it OFF. First I do not even know why there is a GFCI in the living room, and second I do not know why turning a new fan off would trip the GFCI. I was thinking of just eliminating the GFCI and installing a normal outlet in the living room. Can any of you think of why the original owner would have put this GFCI there and is it okay to just simply switch it for a standard outlet?

Have you tried putting a regular outlet in place of the GFCI temporarily to see if you can reproduce the problem? If it stops its probably a bad GFCI.

Now I confused. You initially said the living room GFCI was on the same circuit as the bathroom fan and light. But now you saying the bathroom has it own GFCI next to the sink that is on a separate circuit. If that the case, what fixtures are on the GFCI next to the sink?

Sounds like the fan and light fixture were added onto the living room circuit perhaps it was easier than tying into the existing outlet in the bathroom which is a GFCI already.

If a GFCI is tripping it could be a problem with the outlet itself as Brian Hoyt mentioned so replacing it would be a good idea. Find out what is causing this problem first at the very least.

Air Max 1 Black White Grey

Does it happen every time you turn the fan off? And is it immediate or delayed?

Air Max 1 Black White Grey

Air Max 1 Black White Grey

Air Max 1 Black White Grey

nicked wire

Now I confused. You initially Nike Air Max 1 Ultra Flyknit Grand Purple

Originally posted by Steve Might:The bathroom has its own GFCI next to the sink and works fine. It is on a separate circuit from this issue. On this circuit I have in the bathroom an overhead light inside the shower, the bathroom fan, and inside the living room a regular outlet and the GFCI in question. I don't know why the GFCI was put in the living room in the first place, but yes since Air Max 1 Black White Grey it is tripping I am concerned.

few days/weeks/months of repairs (trust me)

Why do you think the original home owner put this into the living room?

Air Max 1 Black White Grey

no clue

I don know it is so rated. I will have to check that. We do not yet have tenants so it can be the mositure problem.

Originally posted by Dave Meyer:

Originally posted by Dave Meyer:

of a wet location is required to either by a GFCI or downline from a GFCI (further away from the circuit breaker). This would mean your fan and light fixture do not require a GFCI, but there is no harm in having one present.

needed fan in bathroom (you did mention it wasn even properly vented) so rather than tear out the bathroom wall they tied into the living room circuit while they were finishing that area anyway. If this is only bathroom in formerly owner occupied house, its much easier to live without a living room than a bathroom during a Air Max Zero For Girls 2015

No, just some of the time. It seems to happen more when I have both the shower light and fan on at the same time, and then turn both of them off.

Air Max 1 Black White Grey

Air Max 1 Black White Grey

3(well 4) possibilities:

Air Max 1 Black White Grey

Your bathroom should be on a GFCI. Normally it INSIDE the bathroom, but I don see why it couldn be on the wall outside the bathroom as long as the fixtures within the the bathroom were in line with it. I can say I ever had one trip while turning a fixture OFF, but have you tried checking to see that it is rated for the appropriate amps (20) and/or replacing it with a new GFCI to see if the problem persists? No matter what, I would not replace it with a non GFCI outlet if this one is for the bathroom fixtures. It will function, but could potentially be a huge safety issue/hazard.

old circuit was tripping in the bathroom when they ran hairdryer. This was an effort to isolate the bathroom GFCI to its own circuit and reduce calls for tripped breakers

Does it happen every time you turn the fan off? And is it immediate or delayed?

Air Max 1 Black White Grey

said the living room GFCI was on the same circuit as the bathroom fan and light. But now you saying the bathroom has it own GFCI next to the sink that is on a separate circuit. If that the case, what fixtures are on the GFCI next to the sink?

Air Max 1 Black White Grey

Nike Air Max Zero Custom

Air Max 1 Jacquard' Sneaker (Women)

Air Max 1 White And Blue

Air Max Zero Midnight Navy

Nike Air Max 1 Pink And White

Nike Air Max 97 Jacquard Sp Rio

Adidas Football Boots High Tops
Adidas Football Boots 2015
Nike Air Max 1 Essential Trainers Grey

Adidas Football Shoes 2017 Ronaldo
Nike Air Max 1 Prm Bonsai

Adidas Messi Shoes 2016
Air Max Zero Black And White

Puma Evospeed Latest
Nike Air Max 1 Brown

Home / Air Max 1 Black White Grey