I have a bunch of outdoor outlets which are all connected to a single GFCI and controlled by a standard light switch inside the house.
I recently replaced the standard light switch with a lutron caseta smart switch (which requires a neutral). I used the same neutral that connects to the GFCI to connect the smart switch. Other than that the wiring is the same as before.
Everything looked like it worked fine but ever since I did this, the GFCI seems to be tripped about once per day.
The outlets are just for some LED landscape lighting.
Did I wire this incorrectly/how can I resolve the GFCI tripping every now and then?
Edit: The GFCI seems to trip every time I turn the smart switch OFF.
Not sure how helpful the images will be as there is a lot of other wiring for other unrelated lights/switches going through the same places. Images