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What do you mean? How does the coil design trip the GFCI?
If you read the old post there's more detail. The jest of the problem is the transfer switch was designed cheaply and only used one coil with 3 wires rather than 2 separate coils.
Tbh the transfer switch was designed to be sold for use with a generac generator (non-gfci) and the briggs i own should have been used with there transfer switch. Funny thing is turnerjr has a generac generator with a gfci so tech support should be able/forced to help him (they refused to help me as my generator was not a generac)