Went up to help a neighbor yesterday, and he had two GFCI's that were tripped. One feed a condensate pump, UV air filter, and the gas range the other feed a condensate pump, UV air filter, and his Direct TV equipment (one amp, two splitters, and one power supply). Reset both ran both pumps with TV and UV lights on and neither GFCI tripped. We had some wind the night before and they said their lights were flickering. Went back there this morning and only one of the GFCI's had tripped Direct TV equipment, Condensate pump and UV filter. Thought about changing GFCI to see if the issue resolved. Anyone else encounter something similar? I'm scratching my head since I can't get it o act up while I am there.