Hey all, I just had a brand new pool built and have a Pentair Intelliflo VS pump. After running the first week it started to trip the breaker, which was a GFI (excuse my ignorance I don't know much about electrical), so they sent the electrician out who said that they see this all the time, and that after inspection is all done they usually just swap out the GFI breaker with a regular one saying that the GFI breakers are too sensitive for these variable speed pumps (something about the wiring in the pump). Well low and behold today I went to clean out the pump basket, I don't know if this is a coincidence, but after putting the lid back on and starting it up (and bleeding out air from the filter), the pump ran fine for about 20 minutes then shut off .. the breaker isn't tripping, but the pump is now giving an overcurrent error and simply wont start up. Waiting for the warranty guy to come but I'm wondering if the pump was defective and they replaced the breaker for no reason. I feel like the breaker should still be GFI. Obviously it is a requirement for a reason, right?