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    hayward h100

    hello guys, I was wondering if anyone could help me out. My heater blows the GFCI if I turn it on.....right away. But when I plug it in to a non=GFCI it works fine??
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    Re: hayward h100

    The first place I would test is the transformer. Do you have the manual? There should be a troubleshooting decision tree in the back, but I can't remember if it covers the transformer.
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    Re: hayward h100

    By any chance did you try a different GFI outlet or do you only have one at the house? Just to eliminate the GFI.
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