Need help with my outdoor kitchen fridge.
A 20 amp fuse at the main box goes takes a 10/2 w/ground wire to a sub panel. The sub panel has two 15 amp breakers circuit one goes to a storage shed via a 12/2 UF rated buried line that only has a 100 watt light, a GFCI outlet. Circuit two has the same 12/2 w/ground UF buried attached to a GFCI that has the mini fridge, two outlets that are wired to the load side of the GFCI.
The problem is that the breaker to leg two, and the breaker in the main box keep tripping. But, they don't trip when I reset them. They both trip, later, hours later. I reset both last night at about 9:00 checked to make sure it was live at 10:30, this morning BOTH had tripped. I have checked one of the outlets, it had a wire that had been nicked. I rewired the outlet and reinstalled the outlet.
I have a GFCI tester and the GFCI appears to be wired correctly, I tested the gfci with the tester ad it trips the gfci.
- Why is this happening?
- Why doesn't the GFCI trip?
- How do I fix this?