I have a personal bowling ball cleaning machine that states "plug to a non-GFCI outlet" which means it has built-in GFCI however, in the area I am living, all receptacles must be GFCI protected and this comes from the main breaker board to every receptacle in the facility. So whenever the machine is plugged in, the breaker goes off.
Firstly, are GFCI equipped machines supposed to work when plugged into GFCI protected circuit? If not, is there a way to connect GFCI equipment to GFCI receptacle by by-passing through, say a transformer, between the cleaning machine and the receptacle? I want to stay away from doing tricks at the receptacle level as I would think the circuit itself will detect and will not work.
I really need help here, thank you so much for any help you can give me in advance!