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Thread: control outlet with PD-6ANS

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    That was a good suggestion, but it made no difference. The lights still do not come on. I could not experiment too much cuz pop the cold, but this may be my best bet to troubleshoot. Thanks

  2. #12
    Was this issue ever solved? I have exactly the same issue with a Caseta wireless switch to an outlet with outdoor Christmas lights.

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    Same here but with GFCI

    Quote Originally Posted by tgs-53001charis62 View Post
    Was this issue ever solved? I have exactly the same issue with a Caseta wireless switch to an outlet with outdoor Christmas lights.
    I'm curious to know if this was ever solved also. I'm trying to accomplish the same thing with my Christmas lights. My situation is slightly different but sounds similar. My outside outlet is GFCI protected and works perfectly fine when using a regular toggle switch. However, when I replace the toggle with a PD-6ANS, the GFCI trips. I am not able to reset it as long as the PD-6ANS is connected. As soon as I remove it from the circuit, all is well again.The original post described plugging in a power strip. I wonder if the power strip was GFCI protected, tripped, and got reset when he/she unplugged and replugged it in.

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