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Electrical Question From Robert About GFCI Wiring

Electrical Question : I have a gfi plug that is connected to the circuit breaker box. This is the main “reset” for the house. The house keeps getting these spots where the electric will go out and the gfi will kick in.


From : Robert
City and State : Lakeland, FL

Electrical Question : I have a gfi plug that is connected to the circuit breaker box. An electrician did this. This is the main “reset” for the house. The house keeps getting these spots where the electric will go out and the gfi will kick in. Now there was a situation where the electric went out for a second. Now I can’t reset the gfi. It made the sprinklers go on. And no it was not scheduled to go on. For some reason this keeps happening. Do you know what this is?
Thank you


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