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Unless you are operating in a wet environment, you should not be using a GFCI circuit and instead use a dedicated circuit with proper grounding. Nuisance tripping of a GFCI circuit can be caused by improper wiring, such as using a long extension cord or on a circuit that is longer than 100 feet. Other devices on the circuit, such as Fluorescent or other types of electric-discharge lighting fixtures can also cause problems. If none of these apply, then there is a problem with the machine that needs to be traced down and eliminated.

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Brad
 
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