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Old 05-17-2016, 09:01 PM   #1
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2015 vibe 279rbs

My gfci outlet in the bathroom is getting hot at the outlet ground when I turn my a/c on. The 20 amp a/c breaker and the 15 amp gfci breaker are next to each other on the panel. They never trip. Only the outside 30 amp breaker trips. I can run the gfci only, without the a/c on, but not the a/c without the gfci getting hot even when the gfci breaker is off. Would replacing both the 20amp and the 15 amp circuit breaker, and the gfci outlet possibly fix the problem?
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