Re: GCFI instalation problem
Interesting the Square D is slower to trip -- perhaps that breaker has a longer duration timing .
Originally Posted by rpeirce
Yes the the pigtail from the GFCI breaker should be connected to the neutral bus directly.
Considering a regular breaker doesn't trip indicates there is no phase to grounding short or phase to neutral.
However , I'm curious if the grounding conductor inside the box is touching the neutral screw of the first receptacle. Or -- when you stripped the cable jacket you may have knicked the neutral covering and it's in contact with the bare grounding conductor.
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