So...New electrical work has been finished for a week now. About once a day the GFCI breaker was tripping for the heater circuit. The heater is a Hayward heat pump on a dedicated 240 volt 20 amp circuit. I called pool builder to ask them about it and they said to call the electrician. Called electrician and he came out and replaced the GFCI circuit with a non-GFCI breaker. It's been running a few days now and hasn't tripped the breaker. Is it safe to run heater on a non-GFCI protected circuit?