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Tin Roof + lights = GFCI problem?


EvilM0nkey
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I'm ready to start throwing the lights up and I thought about this from a post I saw a few weeks ago.

 

I plan on having lights laying on the roof with short to no extension cord running to it.

 

Anybody have experience or tips for this? The lights on the roof will be about 1/4 or less of the total display and I have not had a GFCI issue in the past (different house though). Just want to know before I get them up and have an immediate issue.

 

Thanks

 

-Ross

 

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