My residual current device is tripping

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David Bengtsson

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Sep 17, 2022, 4:14:32 AM (10 days ago) Sep 17
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Hello gurus,

I'm a happy Brewtus II owner and I wonder if it is ok if I ask a
question here about my other machine? I'm lucky to have a summer house
and instead of moving the Brewtus I bought an old Gaggia TS. It has
been working great all summer, but now I have problems every tenth
shot or so. The residual current device is tripping. It always happens
when I turn off the pump. I.e, when my espresso shot is ready and I
push the off button.

Any ideas where to start looking?

Blue Skies,
/David

bg...@bellsouth.net

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Sep 17, 2022, 8:04:21 AM (10 days ago) Sep 17
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If you mean the GFCI is tripping, then start by replacing the switch.
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David Bengtsson

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Sep 18, 2022, 4:34:23 AM (9 days ago) Sep 18
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I am Swedish and my english is not perfect when it comes to stuff like
this so I had to google GFCI. I don't have a switch like this. My
switch is in my central and it trips for the entire phase if you
understand what I mean.
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