I inadvertently wired my garage door opener into a GFI breaker. Every so
often when running at full legal limit it would trip. It didn't happen a
lot; perhaps once a month or so. I took the door opener off that circuit
and it hasn't happened since.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Gary "Joe" Mayfield" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Monday, August 15, 2005 9:38 PM
Subject: [TowerTalk] GFI Outlets
>I finally got something up in the air, not much just a 20' high dipole on
> meters. It loads up fine, and I can hear a suprizing amount of stuff on
> band, but when fed with 100 Watts it trips about a third of the GFI
> in the house. The ones closest to and furthest from the antenna tripped
> the ones in the middle did not (all seperate circuits). I assume it is
> wire length that is getting me. The GFIs were made by Levitron and Pass &
> Seymour. The Pass & Seymour "premium" GFI was installed in 2004, and the
> house was built in 2000.
> I would be willing to pay a "premium" price for GFIs with a little
> built in. Does such a thing exsist? A quick check on the internet
> many folks with this problem and few solutions. What have other folks
> Thanks for the Help and 73,
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