Originally Posted by wildleg
ok, again, I am not defending the crappy equip.
But it goes without saying that some designer chick or architect spec'd out that equip and the location. it doesn't work there. it's not the equip manufacturer's fault.
Is it their fault that they make crappy equipment that can't be used in a lot of situations ? sure. Is it their fault that someone drew their piece of sheeit into a place where it can't be used ? no
I agree. Chris, you are bound by what code requries. If you have satsfied that requriment thats all you can do. It is up to the mfg. to make a product that will operate under the conditions. But in this case the mfg. did not make a product that would operate under these conditions so now it is up to the owners to find a better unit that will operate.
You mentioned you had 4 chillers and 1 was tripping the GFCI. Are all 4 the same brand and model?