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It certainly seems like you have a ground fault somewhere. Is it possible there is water damage anywhere inside the garage? Since you've already replaced the GFCI, I think it's safe to assume it's working properly and is tripping as it's designed to. That means somewhere current from the hot or neutral wires is leaking to the ground wire or somewhere else. ...


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If your lights get brighter when something in your house draws a lot of power then your neutral\ground incoming from the pole is faulty. Call the power company. Other wise there is some funny business going on in your house. Possibly a neutral shorted to ground somewhere or lose\broken ground connection. If you have EMT look for a split connector. If you ...


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I had this issue as well. It turned out that someone tied the neutral from a separate circuit into the the GFCI protected lighting circuit. They needed a 3 wire to make the light switch work properly. Not having a three wire, they used the neutral wire as the hot from the switch. Not having a neutral anymore they ran a short wire from the closest light to ...



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