|reply to leibold |
Re: First post - recently joined - GFCI without a ground wire
@liebold I agree fully - that's why I asked if anything was plugged in or in use when it tripped; or if it was truly random.
I also suggested REPLACING the GFCI, not removing it... It's there for a purpose; and it may be doing it's job. A new GFCI gives a known-good starting point, and if the trips continue, it's time to look deeper.
Without knowing how the OP's place is wired; hard to say how involved rewiring to have seperate GFCI's would be.