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Why does a GFCI breaker keep tripping?

If your insulation is exhausted, old or damaged, it can make the GFCI live. The insulation is on the wall is intended to help prevent leaks. So, if your insulation is exhausted, it can cause more leaks. Sometimes having many devices or equipment connected can also make the GFCI live.

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