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    Pool timer

    I turn my pool timer on and my circuit breaker flips off. Is this because it's wet. We had a huge rain yesterday and my door to the timer was open.
    Kim

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    Re: Pool timer

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    The rain very well may be the cause especially if the breaker is a GFCI. Can you post a picture of the timer and the breaker panel it will help with suggestions. First thing to try is do what you can to dry things out.
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    Re: Pool timer

    The breaker is a GFCI and here is a picture of my timer.

    Kim

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    Re: Pool timer

    Picture is not showing up. Is the timer a dial type or digital? Assuming it is not raining I would open the door at the very least and you may want to go as far as removing any wire covers see if you can see any moisture. (Breaker off of course)
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    Re: Pool timer

    It is a dial type. I have the door open trying to dry it out. I'll go ahead and remove the cover to see if there is any moisture. Thank you!
    Kim

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