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Never do random things in electrical. You will stumble upon combinations that will work but will kill you. Pause to learn what exactly it is you are doing. Only then proceed. OK, so you had a GFCI that was previously installed and worked before, and now suddenly is tripping. The most important point is that GFCI devices are capable of protecting ...


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So it turns out that this wasn't a signal or hardware issue, it was an air-gap issue. I'd incorrectly labelled one of the cables and ended up thinking both ends of the same cable were different cables (that's what you get running cables behind walls). After discovering this and plugging the correct things into the right places, everything worked as expected ...


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