I have replaced a bathroom outlet with a GFCI. The first outlet from the circuit breaker is the bathroom outlet.
The circuit then goes to a switched light outdoors, a switched light to a hallway, then to 3-way switches for kitchen ceiling lights. When I power on the circuit the bathroom outlet, the outside light, and the hallway light all work correctly.
When I turn on the kitchen lights from either switch, the GFI trips. The power into the GFCI outlet is connected to the LINE, the output is connected to the LOAD side.
Is it possible to have the 3-way switches for the kitchen lights work properly with this GFCI receptacle?